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Since Link and his associates demonstrated a hypoprothrombinemic effect of salicylates in rats using 12.5 per cent plasma, the clinical significance in man of this finding has been in question. Despite the fact that unequivocal reports of actual...
When a medical book is in sufficient demand to pass into a fifth edition within fifteen years there must be reason for such popularity. There is no doubt that Beckman's Treatment in General Practice is widely used by the student, teacher and practitioner; nor is there any doubt...
Fetor from intestinal and urinary fistulas or from incontinence, suppurating wounds, necrotic tumors or gangrene permeates the room or ward, to the great distress of other patients and the disgust of attendants and visitors. The odor clings to the clothing of those in the room, surrounds the...
Wartime conditions, with overcrowding of nurseries and inadequate personnel, have caused impetigo neonatorum to assume new importance. This infection is always troublesome and may be followed by furunculosis, erysipelas, cellulitis or general sepsis.
In this study 14 cases were treated with...
With the onset of war filariasis, known chiefly to tropical medical practitioners, became a disease to be recognized and managed by medical officers, and in the future by civilian physicians. The disease was formerly recognized by its elephantoid character in the late stages. With the...
This is a statement of General Hawley's plan for the immediate future for the staffing of veterans' hospitals and for cooperation with teaching institutions. There will probably have to be some variations made in the plan for individual hospitals...
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The report on the need of penicillin in thiouracil induced agranulocytosis by Drs. H. H. Rothendler and M. G. Vorhaus in the November 10 issue of The Journal raises the question of the proper treatment of agranulocytosis.
A review of the...
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