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Since the time when Slosson began to popularize chemistry for the masses a number of authors, including Henry Holmes, Melville Silverberg, David Dietz, Watson Davis, George Gray and John Ratcliff, have written popular volumes. The present world war has not yet embarked on the use of war...
This booklet accurately presents an abundance of worthwhile information touching on all aspects of meat consumption. The first few chapters dealing with the nutritive value of meat and its use in the diet have been rewritten to include information on the specific nutritional elements...
Amebic abscesses of the liver may be divided into two groups from the standpoints of therapy and prognosis. The first group is composed of those without secondary bacterial infection. The accepted method of therapy in this group is the administration of emetine hydrochloride, usually combined...
From the point of view of chemotherapy knowledge of the origin of an antimicrobial agent is less important than an understanding of its nature and of its chemical and biologic properties. Quinine and penicillin are obtained today from biologic sources; tomorrow they may be synthesized in...
In the months that have elapsed since this book was offered to the American public it has become a nonfiction best seller well up on the list. The story of Dr. Seagrave's participation in the Burma conflict is told with humor and passion in a literary style that is convincing by the very...
Previous to 1927 it was the opinion of most men interested in urology that prostatic calculi were rarely if ever associated with prostatic carcinoma. It was not until Kretschmer1 reported 76 cases of prostatic calculi (in 5 of which prostatic carcinoma also was present) that it became generally...
The author of this book is a flight surgeon who has long been eminently associated with the practical and research science of aviation medicine. Dr. Bauer stresses the fact that aviation medicine is primarily a branch of preventive medicine which is concerned with all the basic sciences....
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