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The versatility of the quack is notorious; he commercializes epidemics and makes disease pay dividends through nostrums. In the department of The Journal devoted to the work of the Bureau of Investigation attention has been called repeatedly to the number of so-called stomach remedies...
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Goldsby King Memorial Hospital, Selma, announces the opening of a new addition which provides facilities for twenty patients. A wing of twenty-nine rooms to provide office accommodations for the staff of the...
This little booklet is largely now a historical and toxicologic document, owing to the fact that for the last nine years development of a pure water supply has caused the disappearance of the "reichenstein sickness," which, it came to be known, was nothing more or less than arsenical...
The authors made an exhaustive study of visceral infarcts (apoplexies) from the clinical point of view. They point out that misinterpretation of symptoms the result of visceral infarctions frequently result in tragedies and loss of life. The clinical entities under discussion tax the...
Few reports of the transmission of incitants of typhoid and other enteric diseases by rectum have appeared in the literature. Hervey1 in 1929 published an interesting description of an outbreak of typhoid in a hospital in which apparatus for the Harris drip had evidently been the vehicle for the...
We have shown in a previous paper1 that the activated charcoal of the U. S. P. XI has a definite adsorbent action for phenolphthalein, while the non-activated charcoal, such as would have been official according to the specifications of the U. S. P. X, is almost devoid of this effect. We...
This monumental work, based on the author's long experience as a teacher of otolaryngologists in graduate courses, not only is a colloquial, interesting and accurate guide for surgical dissection of the head and neck but also epitomizes the steps of selected types of operative...
To the Editor:—
In The Journal February 19 is a paper by Freund, Anderson and Lilly entitled "Recovery from Gonorrheal Endocarditis After Artificial Hyperpyrexia." In the first paragraph of the second column on page 549 is the sentence "According to the criteria...
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