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Many types of agencies are concerned today with the problems of pregnancy. Medical, nursing, hospital, public health, educational and governmental bodies, stimulated by reviews of the vital statistics of reproduction, have interested themselves in improving maternal welfare. This term...
The properties of an absorbable sponge composed essentially of gelatin and designed primarily for hemostasis were first reported by Correll and Wise.1 Frantz referred to this material in a review on new methods of hemostasis which appeared shortly afterward.2 Subsequent reports by...
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy or causalgia is a painful syndrome usually occurring after trauma to a limb, characterized by its own peculiar type of burning, diffuse pain, trigger points and manifestations of sympathetic stimulation such as, subjectively, a cold or hot limb and,...
In dealing with present day problems of malaria, attention in this paper will be centered on potential benefits forthcoming as a result of wartime experience and wartime research. From this experience and research, important advances in the field of malariology have followed. In...
In 1945 Blalock and Taussig1 introduced a new surgical procedure for the relief of anoxemia due to pulmonary stenosis or pulmonary atresia. By anastomosing the subclavian or innominate artery to either the right or the left pulmonary artery they have been able to increase the flow of...
Cryptococcosis is a subacutely or chronically manifested infection caused by a yeast called Cryptococcus neoformans which may involve the skin, lungs, lymph nodes or other parts of the body but which has a decided predilection for the brain, meninges and spinal cord.
The development of resistance by bacteria to chemotherapeutic agents in the treatment of infectious diseases is becoming of increasing importance. With the wide usage of the sulfonamides and penicillin at present and probably of streptomycin in the near future, the problem of the...
HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
MORRIS FISHBEIN, M.D. Editor, Journal of the American Medical Association and Hygeia, the Health Magazine Chicago
CHAPTER 1. The Organization Is Conceived
(Note: Following is the first...
Acute infectious lymphocytosis is a clinical entity characterized by a benign relative and absolute increase in the number of mature lymphocytes. This condition was first described by Smith in 1941. He expressed the opinion that the group of cases reported by Reyersbach and Lenert and that by...
Progeria with nanism is infrequently encountered in practice, and its association with congenital cataract is most unusual.
The following is a case report of this disease associated with congenital cataracts.
REPORT OF CASE
W. H., a boy aged 5, was seen March 27, 1944, at the request of Dr. E....
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