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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...
Consistent with the type of book sponsored and published by the Commonwealth Fund, this edition has the meat of the problem clearly stated. It is a surprisingly small volume for so much information. A brief summary of past developments precedes the outlining of contemporary problems with...
RESOLUTIONS TO BE PRESENTED TO HOUSE OF DELEGATES
The following resolution will be presented to the House of Delegates at the Supplemental Session, December 9 to 11, by the Indiana delegation:
ENVIRONMENT AND PHYSIQUE
The relation between environment in the broad sense and the physical development of human beings has been the subject of many scientific studies and much speculation. Recently Lasker1 made physical measurements on 284 adult Chinese, 97 of...
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...
To the Editor:—
Reading the report on Penicillin Inhalation by Morse in The Journal October 5 and the editorial in the same issue on Penicillin Aerosol Therapy prompted me to suggest that a review of the literature on this subject would have provided a more...
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...
Here is a provocative essay on the relationship between health and the soil in which food crops are grown. The author, who is in the public relations department of the International Harvester Company, believes that "exhaustion of the soil has been an important factor in the decline of...
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