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I can understand the dismay that must have filled the heart of the old-time medical practitioner when, shortly after the World War as the new dynamic psychiatry—then a lusty infant with new, esoteric phrases and glib terminology—when, as I say, he came face to face with the new...
Eppinger1 in 1881 gave the first complete anatomic description of tuberculous tracheal ulceration, pointing out the tendency of the ulcers to localize in the lower part of the trachea. In about one eighth of his necropsies the lesions were not associated with tuberculous laryngitis. He...
There is a mass of clinical evidence establishing the relationship between true cholecystitis and appendicitis. The research of Rosenow1 and the clinical observations of Heyd,2 Deaver,3 Mayo,4 Latham and English5 and Draper6 are examples of the attention this relationship has received in...
This is a review of the laboratory and clinical knowledge concerning the epiphysis and hypophysis, mainly the latter. Twenty-five separate pituitary hormones are accepted and discussed by the author. For each hormone the history, origin, function, deficiency and excess manifestations,...
Studies on the factors concerned in the production of hemorrhagic diathesis characterizing patients who have jaundice have been discussed in previous papers.1 Numerous other investigators have demonstrated definitely that cholemic bleeding is caused by a deficiency of prothrombin in the...
This contribution to the series of monographs on rheumatism consists principally of a brief description of the various diseases which may affect the joints or which may produce symptoms referable to the joints. Although surgery appears in the title, the only surgical bias seems to be in...
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