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In the first world war the syndrome of shell shock was given considerable prominence in the medical literature. The symptoms of the condition identified with this diagnosis were supposed to have been produced by the blast effect of nearby exploding shells on the human brain. It was...
Roentgen treatment has been used for hyperthyroidism for many years. In 1923 Means and Holmes1 pointed out that in this form of treatment about one third of the patients are cured, another third improved and another third not affected. Since 1923 ordinary iodine by mouth has been used as...
A case of acute frontal osteomyelitis with subdural abscess was reported as cured by A. R. Dingley. He concluded that it is uncommon for a subdural abscess to be the sole intracranial complication of an acute frontal osteomyelitis. Dr. J. Lewis Dill reported that one is impressed with the rarity...
Each of the special issues of The Journal containing material prepared by the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals reflects the cooperation of many institutions and agencies with the Council throughout the year. The annual Hospital Number depends on the collaboration of more than...
Certain foods have attained a special position in the national dietary as vehicles for one or another nutritional essential. Thus milk and milk products represent the best source of calcium, liver is outstanding in providing vitamin D and eggs are a favored item where protein and vitamin...
Recently in THE JOURNAL there appeared a report on gastroscopic observations of patients with infectious hepatitis.
During the past two and one-half years we had occasion to employ gastroscopy in the course of diagnostic studies of some cases of chronic hepatitis because of gastric symptoms. For...
RELEASE CRITERIA FOR ARMY MEDICAL CORPS OFFICERS
Following are changes to War Department regulations that pertain to medical corps officers only
Effective May 1, 1946 the following criteria will govern the separation of...
A news item in The Journal, March 30, page 885, announced that Dr. Milton B. Plotz, Brooklyn, was executive secretary of the International and Spanish Speaking Association of Physicians, Dentists and Pharmacists. Dr. Plotz writes that this is an error and that he does not hold office in...
In previously published experiments of this series1 radioactive iodine was used as an indicator in the study of animal and human thyroid physiology and iodine metabolism. Much of this preliminary work was done with a view to the discovery of the conditions under which radioactive iodine...
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