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In 1936 I1 reported a case of profound shock following the administration of solution of posterior pituitary. To this patient, following a spontaneous abortion, solution of posterior pituitary was given in 0.5 cc. doses at half hour intervals for four doses. Approximately a half hour after the...
This is a modern textbook on nutrition written in German by seventeen contributors in addition to the editor. It is interesting to note the many references to American work as compared with the relatively few citations in some of the standard German textbooks of twenty or thirty years...
The recurrent formation of renal calculi following the surgical removal of a stone from the kidney constitutes a major problem in the management of patients with renal lithiasis. That formation of secondary calculi will frequently occur unless adequate preventive measures are instituted...
The study conducted by Dr. Berry and his associates has consisted of the correlation of clinical observations with physiologic and anatomic evidence. He has compared the brains of idiots, imbeciles, moral defectives and feebleminded persons with those of normal persons. He has compared...
The present book completes this notable series of four volumes on foods. It includes four parts, or sections, on sugar, syrup and other saccharine products, on so-called alkaloidal products, on spices and extracts and other flavoring materials, and on leavening agents such as yeast and...
Dr. James Coleman Fisher of Jefferson, Ohio, whose death was reported in The Journal September 30, page 1346, is not dead. His death was erroneously reported by the Decatur (Ill.) Herald-Review, August 6.
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