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For some time we have been studying blood prothrombin levels in human beings. It seemed of particular interest to one of us (L. P.) to investigate the effect of certain drugs which are administered prophylactically or therapeutically over long periods on the prothrombin level. Among the...
The diagnosis of mental and personality disorders or serious potentialities for their development has resulted in the rejection of more Selective Service registrants than has any other defect. It must be understood that by mental and personality disorders is meant any variation in the...
Our first clinical experience with privine hydrochloride intranasally in allergic and infectious rhinitis gave us the impression that it was the most effective vasoconstrictor available. The continued use of this drug in our practice, however, began to give us increasing evidence that in...
REDEPLOYMENT AND SEPARATION OF MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OFFICERS
Following is the text of the official announcement released by the Office of the Surgeon General, U. S. Army, relative to the discharge of Medical Officers.—Ed....
Medical School Opens.—
The Medical College of Alabama, Birmingham, opened officially June 4 with instruction of a junior class. On October 8 the School of Basic Medical Sciences on the University campus, where the first and second...
In the preceding paper in this series,1 based on an analysis of the medical records of 22,741 officers of the United States Army, the significance of transient hypertension was considered in terms of the subsequent state of health and the cause of death. A comparison was made between...
Care of Children in Liberated Countries
Support of the National Commission on Children in Wartime to the policies of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration in the care of children in the liberated countries was expressed in a statement prepared...
The control of infectious (epidemic) hepatitis, the only pandemic disease of the present war, has been seriously handicapped by the lack of any conclusive evidence concerning its method or methods of transmission. In our recent report on the prevention and attenuation of infectious...
We have had the opportunity of observing 9 cases of creeping eruption in the dermatology wards and clinics of the Army Service Forces Regional Hospital, Camp Blanding, Florida, that have developed transient pulmonary infiltration during the course of their infection. A preliminary report...
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