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The terms adynamic ileus and paralytic ileus are used to designate a condition characterized by distention and relative inactivity of the bowel. As implied by the latter term, there prevails an opinion that the condition is the result of paralysis of the bowel. This is implied also in...
Aberrant pancreatic tissue was first observed by Klob in 1859. Faust and Mudgett1 have recently reviewed the reported cases and added 1 of their own, bringing the total to 370. Apparently, through some error in embroyologic development, pancreatic tissue may develop in various ectopic sites...
Pneumonia has for at least thirty centuries defied medical science to control its ravages in the human race and year after year continues to be a leading cause of death. Unfortunately, no satisfactory methods of prevention have been proposed. Isolation of infected patients and carriers...
During the past twenty years there has been a great increase in the number of blood transfusions administered, and the recent use of normal and lyophilized serum in combating shock and in restoring the plasma proteins to their normal level promises to increase still further the already...
As in all scientific pursuits, in clinical medicine one invariably becomes tenaciously attached to the study of some entity yet unconquered. After many years physicians are still searching for a specific treatment for one of the most dreadful diseases in the abdomen, chronic ulcerative...
In surgical procedures directed toward chronic disease impressions of results are often misleading. It is necessary to pause at intervals and do end result determinations on groups of cases to make decisions as to the efficacy of various procedures. It has seemed wise to us to review the...
Regional Meeting. —
The Northwestern Division of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama met at the Negley Hotel, Florence, January 28, for the following program:
Dr. John J. Shea, Memphis, Tenn., The Management...
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract PROCUREMENT OF OFFICERS FOR MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES The following memorandum was sent by the Adjutant General's Office to all corps...
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