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This astonishing volume, written by a physician who appears to have been trained in Germany, impels the reader to turn to the title page to discover whether its date is 1889 but he finds it printed as 1939. Further, he discovers that the author is set down as eminent both as an...
Persistent endocrine therapy often leads to the development of hormone refractoriness. A continuation of the therapy after this condition develops is of little value and may cause deleterious results. Collip1 and his co-workers showed that hormone refractoriness may develop in...
The Patient and the Art of Living
AN APPROACH TO PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
WILLIAM H. BARROW, M.D. SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
The purpose of these lectures is to explore the realm of the so-called affective disorders, especially those states of mental...
The incidence of air embolism is not high, but it is a potential danger whenever air is injected into any organ or tissue of the body. The increasing popularity of perirenal insufflation as an aid in the diagnosis of tumors of the retroperitoneum makes pertinent a note of warning concerning the...
The author points out that for some time there has been a distinct need for good tests of adult intelligence. The modified Binet test contains a poor means of differentiation between the smart and the dull adult, although the dull adult, of course, can be compared with a child. With the...
To the Editor:—
In their article "Burn Shock," published in the Dec. 16, 1939, issue of The Journal, Trusler, Egbert and Williams state that they frequently observed low blood sugar values in dogs in which various degrees of burns had been produced experimentally....
To the Editor:—
Occasionally during the past few months I have seen communications in The Journal referring to hypersensitivity to solution of posterior pituitary. This reminds me that in November 1931 I had a case of allergic reaction from the injection of solution...
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