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This edition of Public Health Law is much more comprehensive than the author's earlier volume and has been completely rewritten. The volume is a modern textbook on the important phases of the laws of public health. The publication, therefore, should find importance to those concerned in...
This monograph is the sixth in a series concerned with various diagnostic procedures and pathologic conditions of the spleen. The present volume, although dedicated to the surgical pathology of the spleen, covers a much wider field and considers in some detail almost all the important...
PROPOSED PROCEDURES OF UNITED STATES CHILDREN'S BUREAU
A meeting of the Committee on Maternal and Child Health of the State and Territorial Health Officers, together with certain representatives of the Children's Bureau advisory committees on maternal and child...
This experiment was undertaken under the direction of Dr. A. C. Ivy to ascertain the quantity of blood which, when taken by mouth, will produce a tarry stool.
Ten healthy medical students were the subjects of the experiment. The procedure employed was essentially the drinking of venous blood...
At the pressing request of the Gloucestershire Physiological Association, Professor Berry, anatomist, undertook to describe, for the public, the human brain as an instrument of the mind. With a sure hand the author leads the reader through the intricate maze of the phylogenic, structural...
The treatment of syphilis would undoubtedly be facilitated by the discovery of a bismuth preparation which is effective when taken by mouth. Proper antisyphilitic therapy, when the medication is given by injection, requires frequent visits to the physician over a long period of time....
Since the late Theodore B. Sachs called attention to the menace of the wide spread of tuberculosis in Chicago, the isolation of patients with the disease in the open, or contagious, stage has come to be considered the important feature in the campaign against this disease. Isolation of...
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PRURITUS OF THE ANUS AND VULVA
Medical literature contains a variety of opinions concerning the cause and treatment of pruritus of the anus and vulva. Recently the Haileys1 stated that the majority of cases of essential, idiopathic or true pruritus of the anus and...
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