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Our purpose in presenting this study of the results of treatment in 178 consecutive cases of gonorrhea treated during a period of twenty-six months is to report the results of newer methods of treatment and to set forth certain impressions gained from our experience on which a...
This monograph presents a comprehensive review of the literature and an anlysis of the blood of 236 persons studied by the author. The data are divided in seven age groups: infantsunder 14 days, children from 2 months to 4 years, school children from 6 to 12 years, boys and girls from 13...
Every surgical team will at times be called on to face the serious responsibility of sudden cardiac arrest in the operating room. Such a catastrophe may develop at any point in the procedure—during preliminary preparation, during induction of anesthesia, during the operation or during...
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For the convenience of Fellows and subscribers who have not paid the 1942 dues, a colored reminder slip is enclosed in this issue of The Journal. It takes the place of a personal statement, and its use by those who have not yet paid for 1942...
Dr. Austin Acting State Health Officer.—
Dr. Burton F. Austin, Montgomery, chief of the bureau of hygiene and nursing of the state department of health, has been appointed acting health officer of Alabama, pending a permanent...
This edition of a laboratory manual for medical students carries forward the high ideals and scholarship of previous editions. New methods on uric, lactic and pyruvic acids are added. Extension to include qualitative and quantitative experiments on vitamins and hormones was considered...
This monograph contains much valuable material and many useful diagrams described by an author with obvious clinical experience and a keen power of observation. The poor organization of the subject matter, the loose grammar, the faulty spelling of names and the careless list of...
Progress in medicine always has depended primarily on the solution of the basic problem of the mechanism of the production of disease. In some fields, as for example that of infectious diseases, the basic factors are known in quantity sufficient to provide diagnosis and treatment on a...
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