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The problem of proper therapy of the facial furuncle is apparently far from settled. Recent contributions to the subject resort to the time honored custom of proving the case by statistics. Among the fallacies of the statistical method, none is more apparent than the comparing of results...
Dr. McCoy Studies Leprosy
Dr. George W. McCoy, former director of the National Institute of Health, Washington, D. C., has been assigned by the U. S. Public Health Service to make a study of leprosy in continental United States and the island possessions, according...
This is the first half of volume I. It is intended as a guide for otorhinolaryngologists and not as a textbook for students. The contributions are from Soviet specialists. The volume contains an extensive contribution by A. M. Puchkovskiy dealing with the history of the development of...
The author discusses the diagnostic value, the construction of the instrument and the technic of endoscopy of the uterus with the aid of the Miculicz-Radecki-Freund hysteroscope. The method enables the observer to recognize the various inflammatory and edematous states of the uterine...
This excellent treatise is another masterpiece by Wilfred Harris, the author who contributed the textbook of neuritis and neuralgia to the medical profession. The present work is a detailed compend attempting a classification and differential diagnosis of the many and baffling types of...
(From Our Regular Correspondent)
June 26, 1937.
The Treatment of Pleural Effusion
In a discussion at the Royal Society of Medicine, Dr. Burton Wood said that the commonest cause today of pleural effusion in the...
The object of this book is to provide to the student and practitioner the essentials of medicine within as small a compass and at as low a price as possible. In the present edition the subject matter has been revised, in many places rewritten, and several additional contributors have...
This book contains the Thomas W. Salmon Memorial Lectures given at the Academy of Medicine in 1936 by Dr. Samuel Torrey Orton. In these lectures Dr. Orton presents the results of his research and studies in language disorders over a period of more than ten years. In the first chapter...
To the Editor:—
Your recent editorial on methods of removing adhesive plaster from the skin, and rumors of a damage suit for injuries attributed to violent removal, lead us to suggest oil of wintergreen as a simple, painless and highly efficient means. The oil should...
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