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Although many common suppurative processes about the head and neck such as localized suppuration of the lymph nodes give little concern and are rather easily cared for, the less common spreading lesions such as Ludwig's angina, retropharyngeal abscess and other deep collections of the...
Infection of the epiphysis of a long bone is usually secondary to suppurative arthritis or osteomyelitis of the adjacent metaphysis. Rarely the epiphysis may be the site of primary hematogenous infection.
In adults and older children the contacted articular cartilage is...
This elementary textbook on the fundamentals of biochemistry is intended especially for use by students of home economics. Accordingly it has been designed to furnish a background for courses in dietetics and nutrition. The book fulfils its purpose exceedingly well. The material in each...
To the Editor:—
The necessity for careful verification of foreign abstracts of published scientific research has recently been brought home to me forcibly. In Chemical Abstracts for June 20, 1939, page 752, appeared the following abstract:
Dr. Norman Van Wezel, director of the Montgomery Tuberculosis Sanatorium, addressed the Houston County Medical Society November 3 on "Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis."—The Calhoun County Medical Society was...
This is essentially a casebook containing original autobiographies of cases of maladjustment. The book first introduces the topic by a general consideration, following it with some cases and an insight as to methods of analysis. Then come reports of actual cases which are concerned with...
In an elaborate monograph the authors discuss in detail the subject of mega-esophagus or cardiospasm. The various theories of the causation of the disease are well considered. Since the generally accepted theory of the etiology of cardiospasm surmises that it is the result of disturbance...
As in each of the previous two years,1 the American Medical Association has compiled a summary of injuries resulting from the celebration of the Fourth of July with fireworks in 1939. These reviews represent a resumption of similar summaries which were published from 1903 to 1916...
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