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This classic of neurophysiology represents the present conceptions of synaptic conduction. It is invaluable and should be carefully studied. Gasser considers the axon as a sample of nervous tissue and qualitatively, therefore, as casting light on the physiology of synapse. This is...
In the foreword the minister of health stresses the importance of health resorts in the national fitness campaign. He points out that the recent extension of holidays with pay makes the health resorts of inestimable value. The chapters on the scientific basis of medical practice at the...
The World War afforded an unusual opportunity to study and treat traumatic hemorrhage and shock. This resulted in a great impetus to the use of fluids intravenously for restoring normal fluid balance, combating hemorrhage and resultant shock, and aiding the treatment of wound septicemias...
Arkansas Basic Science Act Constitutional. —
The Supreme Court of Arkansas, January 15, in the case of Stroud v. Crow, upheld the constitutionality of the basic science act enacted by the legislature of that state in 1929. The...
To the Editor:—
In my mail January 3 I received a form letter on the stationery of Sutliff & Case Company, Inc., of Peoria, Ill., a circular advertising "Thio-Cara Compound and Thiocyan-Tabs" and what purported to be a transcript of a ten minute address which I gave...
The twenty-one authors of this book are not perhaps among those British practitioners whose names are best known in American medical circles nor is the Southend General Hospital of which they are staff members particularly famed on our side of the Atlantic; it is therefore quite...
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