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While not a beginners' manual, this book contains many hints toward the easier and more effective utilization of German. The suggestions are designed especially for science and medical students and are illustrated by easy passages, moderately difficult passages, advanced passages and...
The factors involved in the normal descent of the testis have not been completely elucidated. It still remains somewhat of a biologic mystery. Certainly Haller's suggestion that it is caused by the increase in the weight of the organ is not plausible. The theory of traction by the...
Written with the conviction that short wave diathermy has a definite usefulness in medical practice both as a specialty and as an adjunct to more classic methods of treatment, this book appears to have a twofold aim. In addition to presenting a survey of the laboratory and clinical...
During every generation since Rouanet advanced the theory that all heart sounds are purely valvular, a few outstanding cardiac specialists have supported that view.1 Many physiologists and most writers of medical textbooks have accepted the compromise that the first sound and the gallop...
Modern biochemistry owes its results to the achievements of those men who made it a life's calling to work with material of such limited amount that it caused the development of analytic methods previously unknown. Pregl, the eye surgeon and physiologic chemist whose prime interest was...
The Mixed Committee on the Problem of Nutrition of the League of Nations was set up under a resolution of the Sixteenth Assembly in 1935 to study both the health and the economic aspects of nutrition. It includes agricultural, economic and health phases as well as reports of the Advisory...
The fifth edition of this thoroughly standard textbook fully lives up to expectations. In order to incorporate new material and yet keep the book reasonable in size, much reconstruction has been necessary. Twenty new diseases have been described, twelve subjects have been wholly or in...
Fatal Case of Botulism.—
A fatal case of botulism was recorded in Los Angeles County in a woman who opened a jar of home canned corn, tasted it without swallowing any and threw the contents to the chickens. Ten chickens died the...
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