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That peripheral nerves may be rendered incapable of conduction of voluntary impulses by indirect trauma of the type known as muscular action is too well known to merit stress; but that such paralysis may result from a single muscular compression, and especially that the paralysis may...
The etiology of acne remains obscure in spite of the investigative opportunity afforded by the high incidence of this disease. It has been studied from the point of view of specific infection, focal infection, allergy and disturbed metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and halogens, but none...
In this little satire the author has conceived that Benjamin Franklin rose from his grave on the 149th anniversary of his death and went to visit the President. It is the kind of humor that appeared in the book called "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court." Benjamin Franklin comes...
Mercury ointments in various forms have long been a standby for the dermatologist. First, metallic mercury ointments were employed, and in recent times the ammoniated mercury ointment has enjoyed tremendous vogue. In the last few years, calomel ointment has been used in the so-called...
To the growing list of diseases in which sulfapyridine may be found of use we should like to add trachoma. In two cases, herewith reported, we have observed astonishing improvement in the chronic form of the disease when treated with sulfapyridine.
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F. F., a white...
Head injuries from warfare and from industrial and automobile accidents have in recent years occasioned a constantly increasing number of claims for awards, based on veterans' and industrial compensation laws and on public liability. The economic importance of a proper understanding of...
It has been shown by several workers1 that, when rats were fed diets supplying the provitamin carotene, vitamin A deficiencies developed if liquid petrolatum was added to the diets in amounts comparable to the accepted dosage for human beings. Dutcher, Harris, Hartzler and Guerrant2 have...
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