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Prevention of certain infectious diseases by immunization has become an established part of medical practice. Active immunity produced by the introduction of an organism or its products into the body predisposes to the more rapid development of the formation of antibodies on subsequent...
The universal acceptance of the value of sulfonamide therapy in pneumonia has left the role of serum as the major current problem in the treatment of this disease. Will the use of serum combined with drug reduce still further the fatality rate? Will it cause a more rapid subsidence of...
Those who know Dr. Charles M. Rosser will be glad to have in book form a reflection of his forceful character, his eloquence and his humor. His contribution to the development of medicine in the Southwest is widely recognized. He gives us pictures of the country doctors of the old school...
Recent experimental and clinical observations have definitely established the value of plasma as a substitute for whole blood in many clinical conditions.1 The use of plasma in place of whole blood is suggested by two independent lines of thought. The first is a critical appraisal of the...
As most persons are dependent on the use of their hands for a living, a minor burn of the hands may be a distinct handicap and a major burn a catastrophe. Improperly treated minor burns may easily become major ones, and improperly treated major ones may result in the loss either of the...
DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF THE VENEREAL DISEASES
CIRCULAR LETTER NO. 18
Prepared by the Subcommittee on Venereal Diseases of the Committee on Chemotherapeutic and Other Agents
An outline of the use of chemotherapeutic agents in the treatment of...
Recently, Robin and his associates1 have described the preparation of certain heterocyclic sulfonamide compounds. Among them were 2-sulfanilamido-pyrimidine, 2 N4-acetylsulfanilamidopyrimidine, 2-sulfanilamido-4-methylpyrimidine, 2-N4-acetylsulfanilamido-4-methylpyrimidine and...
It seems fitting that the fiftieth year of the life of this book should be marked by a new edition. Several earlier editions required two impressions, one required three. It is not only a guide to dissection but also a textbook of regional anatomy. In crowded dissecting rooms, where all...
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