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In the next to the last paragraph of the summary of the article by Scheele and Cowie in The Journal, August 23, on page 590, the statement regarding calibrations should have read "Calibrations were too infrequent in many hospitals to permit accuracy in the calculation of doses given to...
In an announcement of the fall meeting of the New Jersey Gastroenterological Society in The Journal, August 30, page 800, the Academy of Medicine of Northern New Jersey should have been located at Newark instead of Camden.
This book was written by a surgeon and a lawyer, discussing the surgical and legal problems of foreign bodies left in the abdomen. It emphasizes to surgeons the danger of leaving a foreign body in the abdominal cavity, the best plan of treatment in such cases and the problem of...
For many years the results of roentgenologic examination of the small intestine were unsatisfactory. Recent experience, however, leads one to believe that the accuracy of this method is nearly comparable to that which obtains in the roentgenologic examination of the stomach and colon....
The so-called anaphylactic theory of puerperal eclampsia, usually discredited, is now supported by Yamada1 of the Gynecologic and Obstetric Institute, Imperial University, Kyoto. The Japanese gynecologist sensitized virgin female guinea pigs (250 Gm.) by the intra-abdominal injection of...
The Tri-State Medical Society (Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas) will meet in El Dorado, September 23-24, under the presidency of Dr. Rufus B. Robins, Camden, whose official address will be entitled "The Human...
New members of the surgical service in Peter Bent Brigham Hospital receive a little book called "Precedent Book," which includes an introduction by the surgeon in chief, Dr. Elliott Cutler. An outline of this type is an invaluable guide to the young man as to what he may or may not do...
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