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On January 9 the publicity agency for the British American Ambulance Corps released a mimeographed news statement to the American press stating that tablets to be known as "Vitamin Sweets" were being prepared in great quantities for shipment to England. According to information just...
Recent advances in our knowledge of the underlying causes of hypertension are increasing the interest of the entire medical profession in that often fatal disease.
Evidence is accumulating which suggests that many patients with essential hypertension may be improved or perhaps...
The subject of delayed union and nonunion of fractures is still in a state of confusion. The orthopedic surgeon has made great strides in his department of the practice of medicine, but this progress is limited largely to the mechanical aspects of orthopedics. He has not scientifically...
Surgery of the alimentary tract is a modern development. Its span is not more than a half century and many of the more recent procedures have not received proper evaluation. The inherent difficulty in the diagnosis of gastrointestinal lesions is reflected by a similar difficulty in...
This is a memorial volume which preserves from oblivion a portion of Dr. Richard H. Jaffé's contributions to clinical pathology which otherwise would be lost. The titles of 119 articles on various subjects represent his more formal contributions to the science of medicine. The volume...
This book has been revised, and more illustrations have been added. It departs from the usual method of presenting anatomy separate from physiology. It is intended for students in nursing schools and professional students in various fields of education, especially physical education. The...
The most common presenting symptoms of gynecologic patients are chronic lower abdominal pain and backache. These are usually, but often erroneously, interpreted by the patient as being due to abnormalities of the genital tract. This self-made diagnosis of ovarian or uterine disease too...
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