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Hygienists will find material for thought in Pfannenstiel's1 recent report of the effect of wartime conditions on the general level of immunity among people of western Europe. For a decade Pfannenstiel and his co-workers have studied the variation in the bacteriostatic and bactericidal...
Near the end of the last century a national association in gastroenterology and another in proctology were organized. Since then both groups have functioned continuously and successfully.
In 1916, mainly through the persistent efforts of leaders of these associations, the...
Five years ago any publication from Finland on the toxic properties of then little known complex munition chemicals would have commanded scant attention. Today, contrariwise, this publication is of immediate significance for all physicians, chemists and engineers concerned with...
The value of scarlet fever convalescent serum and scarlet fever antitoxin in the treatment of moderately severe scarlet fever was demonstrated by a control study reported in a previous paper.1 Early in 1937 sulfanilamide was introduced in this country as a therapeutic agent for the...
The sudden death of a patient with disease of the coronary arteries is rarely instantaneous in the sense that the person appears perfectly well one minute and is dead the next. It is instantaneous in the sense that a person with few or many symptoms suddenly ceases to live. The absence...
There is no doubt that any contribution which is intended to correlate our past and present knowledge of the physiology of the nose and sinuses is a welcome addition to a trend which has brought this field to the forefront. This monograph should serve as a challenge to workers who are...
Supervisor of Student Health Service.—
Dr. William J. Norris has been appointed university physician and will take general charge of the student health service on the Los Angeles campus of the University of California. He will...
Considerable skepticism is extant regarding the pathogenicity of Bacillus violaceus. It has been generally considered as a nonpathogenic saprophyte having a rather ubiquitous distribution. More careful perusal and consideration of the sparse literature pertinent to this subject reveals, however,...
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