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Epithelial hyperplasia of the larynx may assume all gradations from simple diffuse thickening in chronic inflammation to localized keratosis, papillomatous masses which fill the larynx or carcinomatous ulceration with extensive invasion. As a result, difficult problems in diagnosis are...
The significance of venous thrombosis is exemplified by the interest which is shown in this subject by physicians in general. The fact that on the present program of the Section on Surgery, General and Abdominal, of the American Medical Association three titles are concerned with the...
A complete description of the activities of the Commission on Epidemiological Survey of the Board for the Investigation of Epidemic Diseases, Preventive Medicine Service, will be presented in the Surgeon General's History of World War II. It may be mentioned here that a general...
Therapy of neoplastic disease usually consists of two phases: first, the treatment of the primary focus and, second, that of metastases. Specifically, in adenocarcinoma of the thyroid, the primary site together with its immediate extensions is conventionally treated by surgery, radiation...
The early development and progress in the production of a suspension of calcium penicillin in beeswax and peanut oil has already been reported.1 The initial successful clinical results in the treatment of gonorrhea1c by a single injection of this mixture suggested its use for 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 5. The First Annual Session
When President Nathaniel Chapman...
HAY FEVER AND ASTHMA FOLLOWING MAXIMUM EXPOSURE TO RAGWEED
FRANK L. ROSEN, M.D.
Newark, N. J.
According to Durham,1 the highest ragweed pollen count in the United States has been recorded near Indianapolis. Clinical corroboration of this...
Rammelkamp and Keefer1 demonstrated that penicillin does not pass through the blood-brain barrier in significant quantities following an intravenous injection of the substance. In normal subjects penicillin appeared to be slowly absorbed and slowly excreted in the urine following...
Study of the effects of bacterial toxins on the isolated vertebrate heart has led to the discovery of two types of cardiotoxins. The first type is illustrated by the action of Clostridium septicum toxin. Perfused through the isolated frog heart, this bacterial filtrate causes a...
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