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The frequent use of the intracutaneous tuberculin test has done much in bringing to light early childhood tuberculosis. Even with a history of exposure and x-ray evidence it is difficult to decide whether the tuberculous infection is active. Reliance on clinical courses is often not...
Recognition has already been extended this monograph, the first section of which has been awarded the Samuel D. Gross prize for 1935. The author has appended two more sections of about equal length, which go into greater detail than the prize winning first portion. Essentially based on...
There are few satisfactory books dealing with the principle of orthopedic nursing, but this volume is one of them. The title indicates that the authors' primary interest was the nursing profession, but this book would be helpful and instructive as well as interesting reading for all who...
The purpuric state has been classified by Leschke1 and modified by Pratt2 into the nonthrombocytopenic and the thrombocytopenic varieties. Of the latter, Werlhof's disease or essential thrombocytopenic purpura forms the larger group with the secondary or symptomatic thrombocytopenic purpura due...
CANCER IN EARLY LIFE
Elsewhere in this issue (page 703) appears a study by Hall and Bagby on the frequency of cancer during the first three decades of life. Since 1908 there have been 134 patients at the Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital between the ages of 8 1/2...
This volume is based on the principle that the patient rather than the symptoms requires treatment. It is a study of personality, including an excellent historical survey of various methods of procedure in psychiatry now available. The cases presented for analysis and study are found to...
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