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To the Editor:—
In the editorial with this heading in The Journal, July 13, page 897, you discussed a newly developed theory of pathogenesis of apical tuberculosis according to which susceptibility to pulmonary tuberculosis is dependent on the pulmonary intravascular...
The term "fatigue," in common medical as well as popular usage, involves problems of semantics so serious as to make scientific investigation unsatisfactory without more rigorous definition. Fundamentally, we must admit that the only common feature in the various fatigue states is an...
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT BOARD REESTABLISHED
An important step in the postwar program of the Army Medical Department has been taken in the establishment of the Medical Department Board at Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas....
At the meeting of the House of Delegates of the American Medical Association held in Chicago in December 1945 the Board of Trustees announced to the House of Delegates that it had employed a public relations counsel to survey the work of the American Medical Association in its...
The general format of this standard textbook is unaltered. The number of pages has been reduced appreciably, partly by more economical use of space. While the basic material is sound, this book has, through all previous editions as well as this one, failed generally to link up this...
This book might be viewed as the result of intensified efforts to solve problems of military health arising from the establishment of troop concentrations in malarious or potentially malarious areas. It is, in the main, one of pure taxonomy, dealing with the mosquitoes of the...
In this study of the readjustment problems of some 380 enlisted British soldiers who had been discharged for neuropsychiatric reasons the investigators have reached conclusions which correspond with results of similar studies made in the United States, namely that the NP dischargees as a...
This monograph is divided into two parts. Part I satisfactorily presents basic features of the physical characteristics of electric current and its adaptation to the technics of ion transfer. This will be especially appreciated bythe uninitiated as well as being a good review for the...
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