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Health and sanitation planning in wartime takes on increased importance for the public welfare. War is destruction, whether of human life or of property. Yet at the same time it sets in motion countermeasures for protection of human life. It is one of these wartime efforts to preserve...
This is an interesting pamphlet including twenty-five excellent reproductions of roentgenograms illustrating graphically the various phenomena of unilateral pulmonary contraction, total and partial. Of especial interest are the ingenious diagrams illustrating the direction in which the...
Occasions arise when there is urgent need for massive replacement therapy and the usual methods for administration are not easily available or practicable. The medullary route as advocated by Tocantins1 is safe and easily and quickly applied, and a minimum of special equipment is required....
Up until the time that it was discovered that symptoms of myasthenia gravis were ameliorated by the administration of a parasympatheticomimetic drug, the number of cases of this disease reported was small. Although physostigmine definitely benefited patients with this neuromuscular disorder, its...
There are conflicting reports in the recent medical literature concerning the efficacy of sulfaguanidine in the treatment of the typhoid carrier state. The initial paper by Levi and Willen1 advocating the use of sulfaguanidine for the treatment of typhoid carriers was followed by two articles,...
This is the fourth of a series the individual volumes of which are companion pieces to the Annual Review of Biochemistry. These books have become essential as reference works to those engaged in investigation and teaching in the biologic and medical sciences. In the present volume...
PROCUREMENT AND ASSIGNMENT SERVICE FOR PHYSICIANS, DENTISTS AND VETERINARIANS
INTERNS AND RESIDENTS FOR 1943-1944
According to the Procurement and Assignment Service, Washington, D. C., the expansion of the Army and Navy in 1943 and 1944...
In the Abstract of Question Period following the Panel Discussion on Ulcer beginning on page 824 in The Journal, November 14, Dr. Asher Winkelstein desires to make the following corrections in some of his discussions. Dr. Winkelstein says that in his second discussion "intradigestive"...
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