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To the Editor:—
An extensive experience in the management of acute appendicitis during the World War led to the publication of an article entitled "Immediate Surgical Management of Acute Appendicitis in Military Hospitals" (Surg., Gynec. & Obst. 28:303 [March] 1919),...
It has seemed to me that the average clinician spends little time in considering what physiologic mechanism may be at fault in patients who have leukopenia. One is prone to explain the condition on the basis of some abnormality in production of white blood cells by the hemopoietic...
Dr. Julius A. Katzive, assistant director of the Mount Sinai Hospital of New York for several years, has been appointed superintendent of the Mount Zion Hospital of San Francisco.
The Massachusetts State Department of Mental Health has had in Dr. Dayton, the author of the present work, a student of statistics of mental diseases who has produced a mass of material previous to this book and in this volume a mass of statistics which is beyond easy assimilation. The...
To the Editor:—
In Queries and Minor Notes (The Journal, Dec. 28, 1940) your correspondent conveys a misapprehension of practices at Bellevue Hospital in the treatment of Negroes with tuberculosis. In the Tuberculosis Service of this institution uniform criteria are...
More and more the viruses are beginning to be recognized as important agents in the causation of disease. Now that smallpox, measles, infantile paralysis, influenza and many other important conditions are being recognized as of this etiology, the public should have an understanding of...
The problem of making the patient safe for the operation, as Moynihan expressed it, has been yielding slowly to the unremitting assault of many scientists. The ability to evaluate the condition of the patient in laboratory as well as clinical terms has been of great service in reducing...
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