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To the Editor:—
We submit a few comments subsequent to those of Dr. H. Close Hesseltine with respect to our article "The Significance of Vulvovaginitis in Pregnancy" published in The Journal July 1, 1939, page 30.
All patients with symptoms and/or vaginal...
The average man will not want to read as much about the history of women in medicine as is here provided; namely, some 500 pages. In her various chapters the author takes us from medical women in ancient times down through the middle ages and through the seventeenth and eighteenth...
In its latest edition, this popular and authoritative textbook has been thoroughly revised. In previous editions the author managed to include all current information on the subject which was reliable, and this edition is no exception. Many important contributions have been made in the...
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At the annual session of the American Medical Association in 1939 TeLinde read a paper on the routine instillation of an ounce of a 1 per cent solution of mercurochrome into the bladder of gynecologic patients before they left the operating table. In...
Bougienage of one variety or another has been practiced for more than fifty years in relieving dysphagia due to cardiospasm. A discussion of the various diagnostic terms applied to this type of pathologic condition of the esophagus such as achalasia, phrenospasm, hiatal esophagismus, megalo...
Just what might be "the nature and the cause" of angina pectoris has been a subject of interest and of varied opinion from the time of Heberden. Huchard, in the last quarter of the last century, listed some sixtythree various theories as to the cause. This list covered the possibilities...
This is the Rede Lecture, delivered before the University of Cambridge in April 1939, beautifully printed and bound for permanent literary collections. Brief mention of the trend of scientific advance is followed by a study of the effects of medical discovery on social life and also on...
In 1923, one of us1 called attention to the clinical syndrome produced by lesions of the paratrigeminal area. In this small anatomic space are located the sensory and motor roots of the fifth cranial nerve, the gasserian ganglion and its three branches, the carotid artery and the plexus...
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