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In the many years since contraception was first ventured on as a topic for discussion at medical meetings, I have had occasion to call attention to the fact that this practice would inevitably be resorted to by some—perhaps by many—married couples who were actually or potentially...
For humanitarian and economic reasons the problem of peptic ulcer1 has been and is a great challenge to medical science.
The problem of peptic ulcer challenges medical science today because, among the chronic diseases, it ranks tenth as a cause of death and twelfth as a cause of...
The need for some form of relief of pain during parturition is admitted by most obstetricians and desired by all women in labor. The abundance and variety of methods and agents described in the medical literature in an attempt to accomplish such an end serve only to stress the need for...
It is generally conceded that some races have a higher incidence of urinary calculi than others. The Negro is generally believed to be particularly immune to this disease. J. Swift Joly1 in discussing the etiology of stone made the following statement: "On turning to the racial incidence...
Numerous patients addicted to meperidine hydrochloride (Demerol hydrochloride) have been admitted to the United States Public Health Service Hospital, Lexington, Ky. Several had been addicted to opiates before becoming addicted to meperidine hydrochloride. Many used this drug and...
HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
MORRIS FISHBEIN, M.D. Editor, Journal of the American Medical Association and Hygeia, the Health Magazine Chicago
CHAPTER 8. THE CIVIL WAR LOOMS
WASHINGTON, D. C....
GUILLAIN-BARRÉ SYNDROME TREATED WITH NEOSTIGMINE
CHARLES E. TEST, M.D. Indianapolis
In May 1946 Shaffer1 reported in The Journal for the first time on the use of neostigmine in the treatment of the Guillain-Barré syndrome (virus encephalomyelitis). Since...
Mortality rates for cholera as recorded in various epidemics in the past have reached 50 to 70 per cent. Experiences with cholera in World War II demonstrate that it may be robbed of much of its terror by proper treatment. Reimann 1 believes that, if all mild, unrecognized cases of...
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