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The author is a minister who was a mental patient and who, since recovery, has devoted his life to working with mental patients in state hospitals and elsewhere. In this volume he has made a thorough study of the interrelationship of mental disease and religion, and the point of view...
STIMULATION OF CORNEAL IMMUNITY BY IRRADIATION
The view that antibodies are locally synthesized in corneal tissues and that the resulting acquired local immunity can be multiplied twelve times by grenz radiation is held by Thompson, Pfeiffer and Gallardo1 of the...
In spite of the fact that on the jacket of this book appear recommendations from H. G. Wells and Bertrand Russell, it is, to the American psychiatrist, a collection of unsubstantiated clichés. The publisher says that it is supposed to explain the basic mysteries of human behavior and...
To the Editor:—
In The Journal June 19, page 2102, appeared an article by Drs. Bernheim and London on "Arteriosclerosis and Thrombo-Angiitis Obliterans, Report of Cases and Treatment." This article confirms work which I initiated in 1921 and which has been carried on...
(From Our Regular Correspondent)
July 17, 1937.
Toxic Effects of Sulfanilamide and Related Compounds
Sulfanilamide was first used in this country for the treatment of puerperal fever due to hemolytic...
To the Editor:—
In our paper we made no claim for originality in the use of a buffered solution of sodium citrate in the treatment of thrombo-angiitis obliterans, and we are glad to acknowledge that the formula for this solution was originally furnished us by Dr....
In 1934, soon afterthe paper entitled "Immunization with Bacillus Pertussis Vaccine" was published in The Journal,1 Dr. John W. H. Pollard, Evanston2 Commissioner of Health, opened a municipal whooping cough prophylactic vaccination clinic at the "Health Center." Diphtheria had been...
This little book is remarkable for its completeness. The essentially pediatric subjects are covered in considerable detail. Discussions of infant feeding, enuresis and rheumatic fever, for instance, are quite complete. As evidence of its completeness, cevitamic acid is suggested for...
This is an excellent treatise on agnosia, apraxia and aphasia. The author had the good fortune of having Dr. Samuel D. Ingham, a keen neurologist, as an adviser as well as a teacher. The work is based on a clinical study of 240 cases with twenty-five necropsies, thirteen surgical...
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