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During July, August, September and October 1938 an epidemic of acute encephalitis, which clinically resembled the St. Louis type, was observed in North Dakota. According to information supplied by Dr. John Cowan, of the North Dakota Department of Health, 101 instances were reported, of...
This volume is well up to the standard of the previous books in this system. The subjects discussed go from scarlet fever through such other main topics as sciatica, scurvy, sex hormones, sexual behavior and abnormalities, skin diseases, spinal cord diseases, spleen diseases, statistics,...
First Full Time Professor of Medicine.—
Dr. Raymond L. Gregory, professor of medicine at Howard University College of Medicine, Washington, D. C., has been appointed professor and head of the department of medicine at the...
To the Editor:—
In The Journal June 17 and 24 appears a paper entitled "Blood Sugar versus Urinary Sugar" by Dr. Anthony Sindoni Jr. The author states that:
In view of the high incidence of disturbed carbohydrate metabolism frequently escaping detection by...
This work is a conglomeration of theories, facts, fallacies, scientific and pseudoscientific observations and unwarranted assumptions, welded together loosely in an unconvincing manner and in a style in which repetition and reiteration are apparently used to bolster the faltering...
To the Editor:—
Your remarks on "Dog Bites and Rabies" (The Journal, October 7, p. 1434) is a fine example of how one mistake often leads to another.
Cabot in 1899 reported that he saved 91 per cent of the guinea pigs cauterized with nitric acid at the end...
The paragraph referring to lithotomy in the Hippocratic Oath, [unk] [unk] [unk] [unk] [unk] [unk] [unk] [unk] [unk] [unk] [unk] [unk], is one of the most confusing in classical literature. It has been generally assumed that the oath forbids the performance of lithotomy. The two usual...
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