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Historically the diarrheal diseases have been a plague of armies, a major hazard to the life and health of infants and a common cause of illness among institutional inmates. The expanded sphere of our nation's activity now includes areas where these disorders still remain in their...
The Techniques of Self-Help in Psychiatric After-Care Developed by Recovery. Inc., the Association of Former Mental Patients. Volume II: Group Psychotherapy: A Record of Class Interviews with Patients Suffering from Mental and Nervous Ailments.
By Abraham A. Low,...
It is well known that most epidemics of septic sore throat are traceable to contaminated raw milk. This, we believe, is the first such outbreak caused by milk from a contaminated "mechanical cow" to be recorded in the literature. As this machine is being widely used to supply our armed...
In this unusually well bound and illustrated book is presented the story of the discovery and development of the vitamins now recognized as having definite functions in the animal and human body. The romanticism surrounding the early interest in many of the vitamins is woven into their...
Rickettsias are gram negative micro-organisms, coccoid or bacillary in form, found typically in arthropods. Those known to be pathogenic for man occur intracellularly in the tissues of their animal and arthropod hosts. These organisms have never been cultivated on artificial mediums free...
To the Editor:—
With the increasing use of the synthesis of hippuric acid as a test of liver function, the toxicity of sodium benzoate requires careful revaluation. Recently Kinsey and Wright (J. Lab. & Clin. Med. 29:188 [Feb.] 1944) reported that, after a patient...
As the author states, this book is written for the nonspecialized physician practicing urban or rural medicine in Colombia and being confronted every day with the manifold problems of infantile diarrheas in poor social surroundings. The author has achieved his purpose because his book...
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