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In The Journal, April 26, in an article on "chronic sinusitis," F. M. Turnbull recommends the use of 5 per cent sodium sulfathiazole for local treatment. As a result, many general physicians and ear, nose and throat specialists are being requested to...
In recent years experimental investigations have demonstrated that the regulation of blood pressure is fundamentally an automatic, proprioceptive, reflex mechanism. The endovascular pressure itself regulates and automatically adapts the cardiac output, the circulating blood volume and...
This booklet is one of a series of short monographs on various aspects of "rheumatism," under the editorship of Professor Schoen. In this publication the relationships between some of the joint, muscle and nervous complexes commonly considered to belong in the field of rheumatism are...
Twenty years have elapsed since coronary thrombosis attained recognition by the medical profession as a clinical entity of common occurrence. In the interim a number of studies bearing on its prognosis have been reported, including two of our own, fifteen and ten years ago,...
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