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For a generation or more it has been accepted by most of the workers in this field that clotting of blood takes place in two steps: first, the formation of thrombin from prothrombin and, second, a reaction between thrombin and fibrinogen which leads to the deposition of fibrin needles...
In 1928 Duran-Reynals1 of the Rockefeller Institute reported that extracts of normal rabbit testicle added to an injection fluid will greatly facilitate the spread of vaccine virus through dermal tissues and enhance to an extraordinary degree its infectivity and pathogenicity. Later a...
Mr. Garceau is apparently a naive young man in the Department of Government of Harvard University. The volume here reviewed was published with the aid of the Louis Adams Frothingham Fund as one of a series of Harvard Political Studies. A list of acknowledgments indicates that the author...
The Annual Conference of Secretaries of Constituent State Medical Associations will be held at the offices of the American Medical Association in Chicago on Friday and Saturday, November 14 and 15....
Detailed studies of a recent institutional epidemic have led Coburn and Pauli1 of Columbia University to propose an entirely new theory of infectivity with streptococci which may well prove to be of epidemiologic importance.
The epidemic began in the infants' ward of a New York...
In the Medical Preparedness Section of The Journal, September 13, page 941, appeared an announcement from the War Department in which it was said that fifteen men out of every thousand examined for military training during March and April were rejected. It has been pointed out that the...
Stimulation of the carotid sinus, because of its importance in the differential diagnosis of neurologic diseases, has become routine in the complete neurologic examination. The syncope, convulsive seizure, asystole or fall in blood pressure which is produced may frequently be alarming, but there...
A survey of the necropsy material of the Charity Hospital at New Orleans for the past decade reveals a relative and absolute increase of carcinoma of the lung. This is in accord with the reports of others.1
During the decade ending Dec. 31, 1940, a total of 12,972 necropsies were performed,...
There is need for better antimalarial drugs because of certain fundamental deficiencies in quinine and atabrine. Although both are of great importance to the person with an acute attack of malaria, neither can be relied on to remove the infection completely, and for this reason their...
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