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RESIDENCIES AND FELLOWSHIPS
Elsewhere in this issue is a newly revised list of Approved Residencies and Fellowships for Veteran and Civilian Physicians. Included in this group are 736 hospitals whose educational programs have been investigated and approved by the...
The appearance of this volume summarizing work carried out from 1939 to 1944 at the Institute of Physical Chemistry at Uppsala is timely, since it makes available both the experimental work and the approach to problems of an important group of scientists with whom contact has been almost...
(From Our Regular Correspondent)
Sept. 1, 1945.
The Socialist Government in Conflict with the British Medical Association
In the House of Commons a member of the government, Mr. Greenwood, made an attack on the...
Within the past year I have treated 8 cases of headache so closely related from the standpoints of clinical manifestations and therapeutic response that a report seems warranted.
The characteristic picture was one of periodic attacks of throbbing pain in the right, left or both...
TYPHOID REDUCED IN THE ARMED FORCES
As a result of use of the typhoid vaccine produced at the Army Medical Center, Washington, D. C., typhoid in the armed services has been reduced to less than 0.1 per cent. Sufficient vaccine to...
REPORTS OF OFFICERS
REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
To the Members of the House of Delegates of the American Medical Association:
The Journal of the American Medical Association
The Journal of the...
To the Editor:—
An editorial (The Journal, April 28, p. 1129) and two communications to the Editor (June 2, p. 383, and July 21, p. 899), in discussing the book "Marihuana Problems" by the New York City Mayor's Committee on Marihuana, have referred to the article...
According to Blake, Maxcy and their colleagues,1 the term tsutsugamushi disease is, on the basis of priority, appropriate to describe the condition which is also commonly known as scrub typhus or mite-borne typhus. The causative organism is Rickettsia orientalis and this name has the...
Since some controversy still exists as to whether a group O donor with an unusually high titer of isoagglutinins can be dangerous when his blood is transfused into a recipient of one of the other three groups, we report here a case in which the evidence seems particularly convincing that such...
This edition, which was completed by Dr. Gifford before his death, presents a thoroughness and care of presentation similar to that characterizing the previous editions. There has been little if any change in the original text, but the author has included some of the newer advances in...
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