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Solid ovarian tumors, especially those producing endocrine changes, have been the subject of much discussion and investigation both by the pathologist and by the gynecologist during the past few years. Robert Meyer's1 work, reported in 1931, was probably the spark that first aroused...
Many factors influence human reproductivity, which in the last analysis determines world populations both qualitatively and quantitatively. The results of long years of study of the biologic and statistical factors involved, interspersed with personal lines of thought which have been...
Cardiac neurosis is especially baffling in the patient in whom it is associated with organic heart disease. In a recent study of this problem, Schnur1 has suggested a procedure which may prove to be valuable in the differentiation of the symptoms and signs of the neurosis from those of...
To the Editor.—
Dr. H. G. Langworthy (The Journal, September 9, p. 1052) believes that we are unduly overwrought over the relationship of poliomyelitis and the removal of tonsils and adenoids. He states:
Considering that operations for tonsillectomy and...
The introduction contains a review of the literature of primary disturbances of ossification. This is detailed, covering general conditions such as achondroplasia and cretinism, to localized aseptic necroses, osteochondritis dissecans, osteochondritis deformans coxa (coxa plana) and...
Recently we called attention to an interesting and dramatic symptom complex which occasionally complicates the severe nonconvulsive toxemias of pregnancy.1 It is characterized by the sudden appearance in a previously comfortable patient of extreme orthopnea, dyspnea, cyanosis and cough...
This book is a revision and enlargement of the Textbook on Bacteriology by the same author. It was apparently written to suit the requirements of the author in his own classroom. Part i is devoted to the historical aspects and other phases of general bacteriology; part II gives brief...
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