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To the Editor:—
With gratitude one reads the comprehensive and authoritative article by Dr. Nelson (The Components of the Vitamin B Complex, The Journal, February 26, p. 645); but because the article is authoritative it is doubly unfortunate that it should contain...
The first part of this book deals largely with structure. In his description of the anatomy the author places great emphasis on the autonomous interstitial plexuses and cells of the viscera. His discussion of the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems follows accepted lines. The...
With the rapid growth of the rayon industry a health hazard has reappeared—carbon disulfide poisoning. The United States is one of the largest rayon manufacturing countries in the world, having produced 290 million pounds in 1936. Of the twenty-five rayon factories with 50,000 employees...
This report has been promoted by a recent statement of Peters1 to the effect that he has been unable to find a single report of interlocking of twins in American obstetric literature. Furthermore, he brings out the fact that the Index Catalogue of the Library of the Surgeon General's Office...
Gonorrheal vulvovaginitis in children is a common disease; at the Cook County Hospital alone we treat about 150 patients a year. Brunet and his co-workers1 estimate that it occurs in from 1 to 5 per cent of the female children of the poor sections of the larger cities. We feel that this...
To the Editor:—
There is at present no generally accepted preventive of poliomyelitis, nor any effective remedy in the acute stage, other than absolute rest. Complete rest is so important in the early days of this inflammation of the central nervous system that it is...
The trend at present in child guidance work is apparently toward the psychologic or, more specifically, toward the psychoanalytic interpretation of behavior disorders in children. A glance at the literature on the subject of orthogenics is more than sufficient to convince the most...
The Herzstein Lectures.—
Dr. George W. Pickering, department of clinical research, University College Hospital Medical School, London, England, will deliver the sixth course of the Morris Herzstein Lectures in San Francisco,...
The third volume of Naegeli's differential diagnosis continues the high quality of condensed discussion observed in the previous two volumes (reviewed in The Journal July 11, 1936, and April 3, 1937). The present volume includes presentation of the problems of differential diagnosis in...
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