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The effect of the smoking of tobacco on the circulation of man has been the subject of many excellent papers. Comprehensive investigations of the pharmacologic and physiologic action of tobacco smoke and nicotine have been reported elsewhere and are not within the scope of this paper....
This book represents a review on the correlation between histologic and histopathologic pictures of the thyroid gland and its function. The author has made no attempt to present new material or original concepts. The main value of the book lies on the presentation of a fairly well...
One of the major advances in the treatment of small bowel obstruction has been the development of the technic of intestinal intubation with the Miller-Abbott tube. Numerous reports show a considerable decrease in the deaths from intestinal obstruction when this method has been used. This reduced...
In a series of over 5,000 patients we have had 4 instances of spontaneous pneumothorax. One of these proved to be of tuberculous origin. All 4 occurred on the right side. Three of the patients recovered completely. The case we are reporting ended fatally. The condition of pneumothorax simplex...
Sechenov, founder of Russian physiology, was first to attempt investigation of the sphere of consciousness by physiologic methods. He postulated that the thinking process is of reflex nature and that psychic activity of man is therefore susceptible to objective study. He believed that...
In the article by Greenlee with this title in The Journal, June 10, page 426, the second sentence in the first paragraph should read "Emphasis has been placed on injuries of the brain in connection with skull fractures, on injuries to the spinal cord in connection with fractures of the...
THE G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS
The broad objective of the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944 is the integration of veterans of the present war into civilian life in the most prompt and adequate manner. Elsewhere in this issue (page 796) is an analysis of the new act,...
To the Editor:—
The comments of Mr. Alfred Allen of the American Association of Workers for the Blind are carefully considered and most convincing. All are agreed that service personnel who lose their eyesight in the service of their country must have the very finest...
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