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In connection with studies of experimental hypertension the effects of various types of diet on the blood pressure have been studied, including alterations in the content of vitamins, proteins, minerals and certain other dietary constituents. In the course of these investigations it was...
As a result of the work of Goldblatt and his associates,1 emphasis has been placed in recent years on the role of the kidney in the pathogenesis of both experimental and essential hypertension. However, the absence of recognizable signs of impaired renal function or of significant...
GENERAL PLAN OF THE IMMUNIZATION PROGRAM
In March 1942 the Boston Health Department instituted a pertussis immunization program in an effort to protect children against pertussis during the earlier months of their lives. All presumably susceptible infants between the...
Pregnancy may end in one of several ways: (1) death of the mother before delivery, (2) resorption of the fetus, (3) abortion, (4) premature delivery and (5) labor at term. In rare cases of missed abortion or abdominal pregnancy it may continue indefinitely, and sometimes even when the...
Cutaneous leishmaniasis, popularly known as oriental sore, oriental boil, Delhi boil, bouton d'orient, Aleppo boil, Bagdad boil, Bagdad sore, salek, espundia, uta and chicler ulcer, is endemic in China, India, the Near East, the countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea and South...
Widespread use of penicillin has aroused interest in the management of acute bacterial meningitis. Perhaps the most fatal type has been pneumococcic meningitis, but recent reports have offered hope that at long last we possess a potent weapon against this disease. The case herein...
Bilateral optic atrophy is rarely observed as a sequela in patients suffering from thrombocytopenic purpura.
A recent review of the literature by Watkins, Wagener and Brown1 tends to show the rather infrequent observance of "choked disk" in purpura hemorrhagica, but optic nerve atrophy was not...
Statistics for the years 1933 to 1943 have shown a steadily mounting rate of absenteeism in industry due to respiratory diseases. The rate for 1942 was higher than that of any previous year of the ten year period 1933 to 1942, and in 1943 there was a further striking increase in the...
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