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Charles H. Danforth, Ph.D., professor of anatomy, Stanford University Medical School, San Francisco, has received the honorary degree of doctor of science from Tufts College, Boston.—Dr. Charles A. Dukes, Oakland,...
The author divides "industrial medicine" into four main sections: industrial hygiene, industrial psychology, industrial disease and industrial forensic medicine. In the earlier chapters of the book the more strictly executive functions of the works doctor are described, while the latter...
While most of the deaths occurring during labor and in the early puerperium are said to be due to hemorrhage, toxemia, heart disease or other less common obstetric and medical causes, a few fatalities remain unexplained even after careful postmortem examination.1 In the absence of...
To the Editor:—
Even at this late date, for the sake of historical accuracy, I call attention to an error on page 1264 of The Journal for Oct. 12, 1940: Dr. Beck states that "John Monro of Boston" in 1907 suggested operation to tie off a patent ductus arteriosus. The...
ADDRESSES BY THE PRESIDENT
Dr. Frank H. Lahey, President of the American Medical Association, has been scheduled to deliver the following addresses in October:
October 3—Sesquicentennial meeting of University of...
To the Editor:—
We have been repeatedly warned that plague infection is spreading eastward from the Pacific Coast (Eskey, C. R., and Hass, V. H.: Pub. Health Rep. 54:1467 [Aug. 11] 1939; Hampton, B. C., ibid. 55:1143 [June 28] 1940; General Medical News, The Journal,...
War and the treatment of the casualties of war have invariably stimulated the study of proper methods of caring for compound fractures. The present world conflict is no exception, and a considerable amount of controversial opinion has been voiced recently as to the best methods of...
This widely used textbook contains much additional material in the new edition, but it remains a book of essentials for students and beginners rather than a handbook for experts. There is no discussion of methods of analysis for calcium, iron or iodine. There is no description of methods...
In 1886 Weil described an acute febrile hepatorenal syndrome characterized by a sudden onset with rigor, fever, muscular pain, prostration, jaundice, hemorrhagic tendency and renal failure. In 1916 Inada and Ido reported the discovery of the causative agent, a spirochete. Noguchi...
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