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JOINT SESSION OF THE COUNCIL ON MEDICAL EDUCATION AND HOSPITALS AND THE FEDERATION OF STATE MEDICAL BOARDS
Hospital Internships as a Requirement for State Registration
Dr. Winford H. Smith, Baltimore:
I addressed a letter to a number of hospitals and asked the following...
The author offers a concise but exhaustive presentation of the subject. The first chapter is devoted to the histologic course of normal bone healing and such variations of it as lead to the development of aberrations and deficiencies, the observations being based largely on Lexer's views...
This case history shows how severe an injury to the upper part of the cervical spine may be without any permanent disability. Several very unusual features in this case make it worthy of presentation.
During May 1936, while working as a stevedore, the patient was struck on the back of the neck...
The authors present a thorough analysis of the various types of malingering (simulation and dissimulation) so often resorted to for purposes of gain by individuals of normal psychic make-up and by patients of psychopathic constitution. The work is divided into eleven sections, with a...
State Medical Meeting at Tucson.—
The forty-seventh annual meeting of the Arizona State Medical Association will be held in Tucson April 21-23 with headquarters at the Santa Rita Hotel and under the presidency of Dr. Harold W....
About two and a half years ago, in a preliminary report for the Council on Physical Therapy, I1 pointed out that, with further clinical investigation, short wave diathermy might prove to be a useful therapeutic agent. Sufficient additional data are now available to warrant a further report. From...
Bacillus violaceus is ordinarily considered nonpathogenic. Woolley,1 however, described several fatal cases in animals due to a strain of this chromogen, but so far as we have been able to ascertain no cases of infection of human beings with this organism have been described. We therefore...
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