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I am unable to find in the literature a description of the clinical picture of myocardial infarction in the Negro. The diagnosis is rarely made clinically. Hence it is my purpose to describe the clinical characteristics of myocardial infarction in the Negro, to indicate that the disease...
Under the auspices of the American Academy of Pediatrics a study of child health services is now being conducted throughout the United States. This study is being made under the control of physicians. The Academy of Pediatrics has contributed substantial sums from its reserve funds and...
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Having read a laudatory article by H. N. Vermilye in The Journal, Sept. 22, 1945 extolling aerosol penicillin in sinusitis and asthma, I studied this procedure in 74 cases of bronchial asthma. Ages varied from 5 to 71 years, the sexes being...
This work, presented as a tnesis tor a doctor s degree, attempts to support or refute the clinical impression obtained from postmortem examinations that arteriosclerotic disorders are much rarer in Iceland than in Denmark. The first third of the book is devoted to a critical review of...
In engineering the term "factors of safety" means the margin required in the building of engines or bridges to cover any contingency that may arise in the form of unusual stress or strain. The term was introduced into medical literature by the late Samuel J. Meltzer. He suggested the...
Many physicians throughout the United States will be faced with the problem of filariasis for the first time as several thousand servicemen have contracted the infection during the war and are now being demobilized. Not only will the individual seek treatment and counsel but the...
In order to insure the maintenance of the highest professional standards and to provide close liaison with leaders in the medical profession at large, a system of utilizing professional consultants developed...
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In the February 9 issue of The Journal Henry M. Benning, in his paper on "Chronic Brucellosis," presents the totally unfounded thesis that a positive skin test to brucellergen indicates active infection with the disease. This conclusion will certainly...
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