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Since Mixter and Barr1 in 1934 emphasized the significance of intraspinal protrusion of the intervertebral disks as an important cause of low back pain and sciatica, this condition has aroused no little interest. During the past few years considerable literature concerning the subject...
[Dr. Menninger's letter was submitted to Dr. Kosmak, who replied as follows:]
To the Editor:—
I had fully expected reactions to my paper such as those enunciated by Dr. Menninger. Notwithstanding his doubts about my designation of certain groups of "birth...
THE NATIONAL PHYSICIANS' COMMITTEE FOR THE EXTENSION OF MEDICAL SERVICE
On November 18, in Chicago, a formal meeting of an executive board officially launched a new organization, the National Physicians' Committee for the Extension of Medical Service. At this meeting...
For many years the American ophthalmologist has awaited a surgery of the eye which would not be a translation of a foreign textbook and which also would give in simple but descriptive words a practical treatise which could be used in everyday work. The authors of this small volume have...
The publication of this edition furnishes adequate recognition of the book's usefulness for the purpose for which it is designed. It is clearly written and well arranged to accompany the lectures and that small amount of laboratory work available to student nurses who must obtain some...
Since 1923 the role of heredity in infectious diseases has been studied by Webster,1 who investigated the behavior of these diseases in mice. Common practice shows, he says, that if a batch of mice is given an injection of a virulent agent by some artificial route the great majority die...
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