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More than two hundred and sixty years ago Thomas Sydenham1 published a clear description of the diagnostic features of acute gout. It would seem that in the course of nearly three hundred years every well educated physician would be familiar with the simple clinical picture presented by...
I value greatly the honor of having been invited by this renowned institution to give an account of my recent investigations pertaining to the diagnosis of malignant neoplasms before such a select audience, including many who have devoted themselves to the study of the theoretical and...
It has been shown in this laboratory that the determination of pregnandiol excretion in urine (by a qualitative color reaction) can be used as a diagnostic test for pregnancy, with an accuracy similar to that obtained with the Friedman (rabbit) procedure.1 Recently we have been...
It is of obvious military importance to recognize early the true nature of any meningeal infection in a large group of military personnel. Likewise, in civilian practice the early knowledge of the exact nature of a meningeal involvement may prove to be of the utmost importance in...
A review of 108 cases of coronary thrombosis served as the basis for the material presented in this article. Of the 108 patients 57 were known to have died and 51 were considered as follow-up patients. The latter group consisted of two divisions: those who had made regular visits to the...
AMERICAN HEALTH RESORTS
HEALTH RESORT THERAPY IN GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS
SAMUEL WEISS, M.D. New York
These special articles on spa therapy and American health resorts were prepared under the direction of the Committee on...
Patent ductus arteriosus is the most common lesion of the noncyanotic congenital heart disease group. It is present alone or combined with other lesions in nearly 25 per cent of cases of congenital heart disease. Usually the diagnosis is rather easily made by physical examination. The murmur,...
Aerosol of penicillin, as advocated by Barach after Bryson's preliminary observations, is finding increasing use in the treatment of diseases of the upper and lower respiratory tracts. The method described by Barach consists in a special nebulizer containing concentrated solutions of penicillin...
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