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Professor Rasmussen's splendid atlas is presented in a revised edition. Certain alterations in the localization of sensory tracts have been based on newer knowledge from surgical operations on human beings. The section on the diencephalon has also been revised. The drawings have been...
The author's point of departure is "that medicine, both as a science and a profession, is inextricably bound up with the social process and with scientific developments in other fields." It shares in the cyclic movements of industry, government and education. "The long road to medical...
This book centers its primary interest in human growth as a part of the process of reaching maturity. Although it is primarily written for young people, many parents will appreciate it in their quest for a way of helping their children to find and give a rich and satisfying life....
For a long time it had been recognized that acute inflammatory disease in a certain region of the body could produce secondary inflammation in some other region. Nevertheless, it was not until after the work of Billings and his co-workers that the conception that chronic, often...
BLOOD DONATIONS FOR THE ARMED FORCES
Elsewhere in this issue1 appears a report by Taylor discussing the need for and technical aspects of obtaining large quantities of blood plasma for the United States Army and Navy by the American Red Cross. It is apparent that a...
To the Editor:—
An editorial comment (The Journal, September 20, p. 1020) discussed some observations by W. M. Dale: The Effect of X-Rays on Enzymes, Biochem. J. 34:1367 [Nov.] 1940) on the roentgen inactivation of purified enzymes in dilute solution. Under these...
With the advent of sulfanilamide therapy it was natural that it should be tried in rheumatic faver. Despite the lack of proof that the hemolytic streptococcus is the etiologic factor in the disease, it has been postulated that the beta hemolytic streptococcus acts as a catalytic agent to...
Increasing interest in hot lunches for school children has been stimulated by a gradual growth of interest in nutrition among children during the past two or three decades. More recently surplus commodities are being diverted to use in schools, and WPA lunch projects have been organized...
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