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Examinations for Positions in Public Health Service
The U. S. Public Health Service is holding examinations to establish eligibility for appointment in the commissioned corps in the grade of assistant surgeon (medical only). Applicants must not have passed their...
Even those who are wearied by the large number of gynecologic textbooks will admit that there is a field for such a book as this, which concisely collects and summarizes the several current gynecologic procedures which can be performed in the office. The author states in the preface that...
The incidence of traumatic rupture of the kidney is low (from 0.04 to 0.25 per cent of surgical admissions) but, according to McNeil1 and others, such injuries appear to be on the increase, mainly because of modern traffic accidents. At one time the high mortality rate attending renal...
The author is well qualified to write "From Head to Foot," which is a practical discussion of the more frequently encountered orthopedic conditions. Separate chapters are devoted to a consideration of posture, the foot, scoliosis, poliomyelitis, spastic paralysis, fractures, joint...
It is a common fallacy among members of the medical profession, as well as among the public, to assume that cerebrovascular accidents are responsible for a great number of so-called sudden deaths, in which the term "sudden death" is taken to mean death which occurs within two hours after...
That manganese is not an inert element in relation to some aspects of growth, reproduction and metabolism is fairly certain.1 Elimination of manganese from an otherwise normal experimental diet has been shown to produce sterility in the male and interference with normal lactation in the female.2...
Course on Obstetrics.—
Dr. Everett D. Plass, professor of obstetrics and gynecology, State University of Iowa College of Medicine, Iowa City, gave a series of lectures on obstetrics recently in Kingman, Williams, Flagstaff,...
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