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Inulin, a vegetable starch consisting of polymerized fructose molecules, has appeared in various roles in human biology. The American Indians used roots and tubers containing inulin as a foodstuff; after the discovery of America these were for some time competitors of the potato in...
At first glance one wonders whether there is a worthwhile indication for any synopsis of medicine. However, the fact that this book has lived successfully for twenty years and is in its eighth edition seems to justify its place in the medical library. The author makes no pretense of...
Dr. Graves Honored.—
On September 14 the faculty of the Medical College of Alabama, Birmingham, gave a farewell dinner in honor of Dr. Stuart Graves, who is now dean emeritus and professor of pathology emeritus, and Mrs. Graves....
MEDICAL PROBLEMS OF THE VETERANS ADMINISTRATION
MAJOR GENERAL PAUL R. HAWLEY
In undertaking the reorganization of the Medical Service of the Veterans Administration, the Acting Surgeon General is anxious to have the approval and support of...
The senior author of this standard volume is a pioneer in the teaching and practice of this important subject. The national need for physical fitness has been shown in the mobilization of the nation's strength for war. In the armed forces the aim has been to secure strength, agility and...
Among the subjects covered in this book are the history of Trichomonas vaginalis vaginitis as a clinical and pathologic entity; anatomy, physiology and physiopathology of Trichomonas vaginalis; methods of identification of the organism; experimental infection in both animals and human...
(From a Special Correspondent)
Oct. 8, 1945.
Praise for Monmouth County, N. J., Medical Plan
Major Gen. Paul R. Hawley, acting Surgeon General of the Veterans Administration, has expressed his...
The question of the effectiveness of American women as physicians has reached the point where its clarification has become imperative. Dr. H. G. Weiskotten1 shows that over the past twenty years American medical colleges have limited their registration of women to approximately 5 per...
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