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Q fever is a rickettsial infection originally discovered in Queensland, Australia, in 1935. It is evidently more widespread geographically than originally believed.1 Thus it is suggested that the failure to detect more cases of Q fever in the United States by serologic methods may have...
Howes1 and his associates report an investigation of the toxicity to tissues of some of the newer antibacterial substances and also of their speed of action and fate in the tissues. The substances tested were streptomycin, sulfamylon (4-amino, 2-methyl benzene sulfonamide hydrochloride),...
Council on Medical Service and Public Relations
EIGHTEEN MORE VOLUNTARY MEDICAL CARE PLANS GET COUNCIL APPROVAL
Eighteen additional voluntary prepayment medical care plans, sponsored by state and county medical organizations, have been...
Condensed information for ready reference is contained in this handbook. In addition to sanitation in factory, home, school and shop, related subjects such as ventilation, water supplies, smoke abatement, lighting, heating and refuse and sewage disposal are dealt with in separate...
To the Editor:—
Your belated but valuable editorial on Exophthalmos and Thyrotoxicosis in the September 14 issue of The Journal draws the attention of the general medical profession to an important and serious condition that not infrequently results in painful...
The clinical symptoms and signs resulting from slow starvation have been the subject of scanty and contradictory reports. Leyton1 has studied this subject on a group of Russians who had been prisoners of war of the Germans and on a comparable group of British prisoners of war. The two...
An intensive exploration of the behavior of pentaquine (SN 13,276) in experimental animals and in human beings has been in progress for over a year. Study of this new antimalarial agent has included evaluations of (1) antimalarial activities in the avian host, (2) pharmacologic and...
Dr. Grüninger has written this small monograph on penicillin and has included short discussions on other antibiotics in the appendix. These include gramicidin, tyrothricin, streptothricin, streptomycin and chlorophyll. There is an extensive bibliography at the conclusion of the book....
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