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The Mental Hospital Survey Committee was composed of Drs. Walter L. Treadway, S. Spafford Ackerly, Louis Casamajor, Ross McC. Chapman, Franklin G. Ebaugh, Clarence M. Hincks, J. Allen Jackson, Lawrence Kolb, Bernard T. McGhie, Arthur P. Noyes, Winfred Overholser, Frederick W. Parsons,...
There is a growing belief that diabetes mellitus is due to a variety of causes. According to one theory, there is a decreased ability to oxidize dextrose and, according to another, there is a disturbance in the liver which increases the output of dextrose. It was thought, therefore, that...
The American Medical Association Committee on American Health Resorts was created by action of the Board of Trustees in 1938. Rules are published elsewhere in this issue of The Journal (page 379) according to which the committee proposes to compile a list of American health resorts which...
This syllabus was prepared from sets of directions furnished to students in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, advanced bacteriology and nursing over a period of many years. Some two hundred and fifty-six experiments are given and certain of these are assigned to meet the needs of the class...
In the treatment of yellow fever there is only one rule: do not kill the patient.—Miguel Couto.
The therapy of yellow fever can be given in a single line: the disease cures itself or kills in spite of any and every treatment.—Sinval Lins.
These aphorisms summarize the experience of the Brazilian...
This is a travelogue depicting various medical centers of the world. It sketches the scenes and atmosphere surrounding various men whom the writer has chosen to depict. The author is much impressed with the work of Böhler of Vienna. In Munich he was much impressed with Drs. Kreuz and...
This is a superficial review of a subject on which much has been written previously. The essay first appeared in the Urologic and Cutaneous Review.
Hardly a series of cases of carcinoma of the lung has been reported without mention of some cases in which the duration was two years or more. In Brunn's1 series (1926) there were 20, or 7.5 per cent, of cases in which the disease had such a duration. In the reports published before...
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