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The rare macrocytic anemia of pregnancy is a serious and incompletely understood disease. Some writers have considered it a form of pernicious anemia, but most observers have been impressed particularly by its resemblance to the hemolytic anemias. My...
Arteriography of nearly all the main arteries of the body, including the carotid, pulmonary and abdominal aorta, has been successfully performed. The latter vessels require special technics, but the procedure for those of the extremities, though exacting, is fairly simple. The study...
In the physical processing of Puerto Rican male inductees for Selective Service, a routine stool examination has been required by the Antilles Department. As a result of this type of examination, approximately 10 per cent1 of otherwise healthy males were found positive for the ova of...
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This is a learned work about the history of medicine, excellently illustrated and arranged according to a special plan. The book is badly titled, because the author has missed a great deal of what is romantic and dramatic in the development of medicine. However, his chapters on the...
The sudden perforation of unsuspected, asymptomatic amebic abscesses of the livers of 2 naval patients returning from the South Pacific combat zone has led us to speculate on the possibility that a similar type of condition may be encountered among other persons who are returning from...
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In commenting on the article by Dr. George V. Kulchar on the treatment of hemangiomas in his article on "Benign and Malignant Tumors of the Foot," which appeared in The Journal, March 18, Dr. C. Russell Anderson (idid., May 27, p. 302) makes...
QUINACRINE HYDROCHLORIDE (ATABRINE) FOR MALARIA
On May 31, 1944 the Board for the Coordination of Malarial Studies adopted the following resolution concerning the relative value to the armed forces of quinacrine hydrochloride, U. S. P. (atabrine), quinine and...
Filaria infections and elephantiasis have not been of especial concern to American physicians despite the widespread distribution of this condition throughout the world. Only at Charleston, S. C., the endemic focus of the United States, has the disease been an immediate problem. The...
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