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The present epidemic of poliomyelitis appears to present a medical emergency from the point of view of the treatment of acute asphyxia. It is well recognized that the most satisfactory form of routine artificial respiration for this type of case is by...
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In 1933 Williams and Challis (J. Lab. & Clin. Med. 19:166 [Nov.] 1933) reported that methylene blue was effective as an antidote for parabromaniline poisoning. Shortly afterward Steele and Spink (New England J. Med. 208:1152 [June] 1933) used...
Laboratory studies on the effects of dietary factors in nephritis have been stimulated by Masugi's1 recent demonstration that chronic nephritis, closely resembling human Bright's disease, can be induced in laboratory animals by the intravenous injection of a properly selected...
This book discusses the psychologic factors in the management of children with cerebral palsy. It summarizes observations and experience gained over a nine year period during which 300 cases of cerebral palsy were studied. Dr. Crothers' medical explanation of the nature of the problem...
In spite of the fortunate absence recently of pandemics of influenza such as the one that occurred in 1918, progress nevertheless is being made in the understanding of this disease. In December 1936, according to Stuart-Harris,1 a rather extensive influenza epidemic afforded the...
The symptoms and signs which characterize the onset and course of typical hyperthyroidism are too well known to be repeated. For the purpose of this discussion, I shall consider the effect of an increased amount of thyroxine in the circulating blood and shall not attempt to differentiate between...
This pamphlet contains seventeen illustrations, which attempt to simplify terminology with regard to the range and direction of movement of certain joints. The illustrations are not particularly good.
While sympathetic neuroblastomas were first described by Marchand, in 1891, as being derived from neural structures, it was not until 1910 that they were established as a separate and distinct clinical entity by the histologic observations of Wright.1 Since that time many cases have been...
RELATION OF NICOTINIC ACID TO HUMAN PELLAGRA
Since the classic series of investigations on the relation of diet to pellagra begun in 1914 by Goldberger and his collaborators of the United States Public Health Service, investigators have been attempting to concentrate...
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