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Research in Medical Science
The U. S. Public Health Service announces the early publication of a new journal, Research in Medical Science, to be published by the National Institute of Health. The journal will be issued, monthly, with two volumes to the year. Yearly...
A small percentage of pneumonias have as their etiologic agent Klebsiella pneumoniae, an organism belonging to the Friedländer group. Bullowa reports this organism as the causative agent in 1.1 per cent of 4,416 cases of pneumonia. Julianelle reports an incidence of about 1 per cent. Pneumonia...
To the Editor:—
I note with interest the several recent communications in The Journal concerning "restless legs." The syndrome described by Ekbom (in the June 1 issue, p. 481) occurs not infrequently in patients with nutritional deficiency and clears up more or less...
To the Editor:—
Under "Severe Pruritus in Returning Veterans" on page 568 of The Journal, June 8, the problem of urticaria in returning veterans is discussed. The condition described in the inquiry looks to me more like scabies than like urticaria. Therefore, the...
CLINICAL ASPECTS OF THE SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF THE BLOOD
In 1684 the English chemist Robert Boyle1 determined that blood is heavier than water. The studies thus initiated have led to important advances in the treatment of shock. While the same general results have been...
This is a brief presentation of neuroanatomy which the authors propose to limit only to facts which are of physiopathologic significance. In the main the book consists of a brief presentation of standard neuroanatomic facts illustrated by simple but clear line drawings. The book,...
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