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Ann Arnholt, aged 19, an Ohio State University student, was admitted to the White Cross Hospital, Columbus, March 5, 1940. In October 1939 the present illness began with acute inflammation of the upper respiratory tract, fever, anemia, cessation of...
It may be stated with little fear of contradiction that there is no field of therapeutics less understood and less frequently employed by internists than physical therapy. There are several reasons that account for this unfortunate state of affairs which has its inception in our medical...
In January 1941, at the ninth annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons in New Orleans, a report was made describing the results obtained in the treatment of infections of bone by the systemic administration and the local implantation of sulfathiazole. Since the...
Change in Health Officers.—
Dr. John I. Mitchell, Haleyville, has been appointed health officer of Winston County, succeeding Dr. William A. Dodson Jr., Double Springs, who resigned to accept a position with the U. S. Public Health...
The immigration laws were amended on June 28, 1940 to provide for the deportation of any alien convicted of violation of any narcotic drug or marihuana law in the United States. Drug addiction in this country is steadily decreasing. The number of nonmedical drug addicts known is...
To the Editor:—
I wish to comment on an item under current comments on page 1269 of The Journal October 11.
The part which quotes the last paragraph of "Health and the Doctors," is excellent. This is the exact attitude that I have always hoped organized...
To the Editor:—
Believing that the oiled silk baby bib presents a real hazard, I submit the following report:
Susan Fuller, aged 6 months, in perfect health, was lying awake in her bed, wearing an oiled silk bib. Something prompted the mother to go upstairs...
The Shope papilloma virus is reported by Syverton1 and his colleagues of the departments of bacteriology and radiology, University of Rochester School of Medicine, to be resistant to many thousand times the roentgen therapeutic dose necessary for cure of the cutaneous lesion that the...
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