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Possibly the action of the International Labor Organization at its twenty-sixth conference in Philadelphia during April and May of the present year may have a greater influence on sickness insurance legislation than any of the laws proposed in Congress.1 Delegates from forty-one nations...
Within the past two or three years infectious hepatitis has become recognized as an epidemic disease of increasing military importance.1 Its prevalence among British troops in the Middle East has been high,2 but it has not been limited to British forces or to that particular geographic...
Until the advent of the sulfonamides cavernous sinus thrombosis or thrombophlebitis, infected with the staphylococcus, was universally fatal, but several instances of recovery under sulfonamide treatments have been reported.
We shall report in this paper an instance of cavernous...
This monograph reviews critically the work on the mechanisms of cell division. The distribution of chromosomes to new cells is a complicated but well ordered process, a thorough understanding of which is essential to advance in the study of problems of cell behavior. A number of...
Several cases of herniation of a cervical intervertebral disk have been recorded in the literature, but nearly all of these have been instances in which compression of the spinal cord itself by a midline herniation predominated.1 Semmes and Murphy2 mention 4 cases from the literature which...
Dehydration is frequently encountered in both medical and surgical patients. Whether dehydration is the result of vomiting, diarrhea, inability to swallow or electrolyte derangement such as occurs in diabetic acidosis,1 the intravenous administration of fluids is the mode of therapy...
The surgical treatment of hypertension by sympathetic resection has met many objections in the last few years. One of these concerns the specific value of sympathectomy in the reduction of blood pressure in the patients who have undergone operation.
In 1939 Volini and Flaxman1...
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