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THE NEW YORK SESSION
Applications for Space in the Scientific Exhibit
Applications for space in the Scientific Exhibit at the New York Session close February 1. Applications should be sent to the...
This book is the official publication of the American Medical Association's Council on Foods. It contains descriptions and detailed information regarding the chemical composition of more than 3,800 accepted food products, together with a discussion of their nutritional significance. The...
To the Editor:—
In the answer to a query on "Arrested Tuberculosis," appearing in The Journal, Nov. 25, 1939, page 1983, there is a statement to which many physicians will take exception. It reads: "A patient who is given artificial pneumothorax treatment and has the...
This brochure contains ten excellent essays on current neurologic problems by various authorities in the field. Among the subjects considered are cerebral hemorrhage, avitaminosis, encephalitis, toxic myelopathy and extrapyramidal diseases. The articles are succinct, well written and...
Convulsive shock therapy has been very enthusiastically endorsed by many workers and critically condemned by others. Its exact status as a permanent therapeutic agent in neuropsychiatry is yet to be determined. The follow-up studies after convulsive shock treatment of schizophrenic...
This is a small volume containing large illustrations which portray more than fifty surgical procedures accurately and with considerable clarity. A few, for example of anastomoses of the gastrointestinal tract, are too crowded and small to permit easy understanding of important surgical...
To the Editor:—
Miss M. C., aged 23, 66 inches (168 cm.) tall and weighing 1961/4 pounds (89 Kg.), presented herself Sept. 18, 1939, because of a typical hypopituitary type of obesity which, she stated, dated from an operation performed six years previously for acute...
In the article by Steininger, Roberts and Brenner in The Journal, Dec. 30, 1939, page 2381, in the last item in table 1, which refers to the article by Clausen and McCoord, the statement that the "rate of absorption of vitamin A is slower than that for carotene" should have been just the...
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