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This report presents observations on 25 consecutive cases of cutaneous anthrax. Bacillus anthracis was recovered from the blood of 3 of the patients. All were treated with penicillin, and 3 were treated with sulfadiazine in addition to penicillin. All recovered uneventfully. In comparing...
Glycosuria1 was found in 0.8 per cent of 45,650 selectees at the Boston Induction Station, and it was considered that 57 per cent of these persons with glycosuria were diabetic. This study suggested that the incidence of glycosuria and diabetes is much greater than previously thought. It...
Evidence gradually is accumulating that para-aminobenzoic acid is effective in experimental infections induced by several types of rickettsial organisms. Studies on yolk sacs infected with Rickettsia prowazeki (epidemic typhus)1 have shown that para-aminobenzoic acid is reasonably...
Numerous reports concerning arteriovenous fistulas have appeared in the literature and for the most part have been concerned with those arising as a result of war wounds or from injuries incurred in civilian life, notably from bullet and stab wounds. It is not generally recognized that...
Prior to World War II cheddar and similar cheese were reported very rarely as a source of infection in disease. In 1923 Rich1 reported an epidemic of typhoid traced to cheddar cheese which occurred in Michigan. In 1928 Wade2 reported an outbreak of typhoid in Minnesota traced to a...
Increased knowledge of water and electrolyte metabolism and a demonstration of the ill effects of clinical dehydration have revolutionized preoperative and postoperative therapy;1 the treatment of kidney disease,2 burns,3 toxemias of pregnancy,4 shock5 and a variety of surgical and...
PRIMARY TULAREMIC PNEUMONIA TREATED WITH STREPTOMYCIN
RICHARD B. COHEN, M.D., and RICHARD LASSER, M.D. Brooklyn
We are reporting a case of primary tularemic pneumonia with recovery in the hope that it may contribute to the evaluation of the therapy of the...
Elsewhere in this issue (page 1138) appears a condensation of two complaints filed by the United States through the Department of Justice charging optical wholesalers and ophthalmologists with violating the Sherman Act by fixing prices on spectacles through rebating to the...
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