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To the Editor:—
The editorial comment on "Dissolution of Substance of Teeth by Lemon Juice" in the March 19 issue of The Journal is of great interest. However, it should be noted that this observation was first made by S. C. Miller of New York University College of...
According to the editors this volume is intended to present a picture of the development and status of various branches of the natural sciences, pure and applied, in the Netherlands Indies. They call attention to the fact that the book was prepared during the military occupation of both...
This edition is somewhat enlarged by additions of material on epidemic keratoconjunctivitis, toxoplasmic encephalomyelitis and other subjects. The author states in the preface that he has added descriptions of ocular allergy. He has included only tuberculous uveitis, conjunctivitis and...
The life and the scholarly and academic ideals and accomplishments of Daniel Coit Gilman, first president of Johns Hopkins University, are described in this stimulating volume. When Gilman accepted this post in 1875 there was no true university in his sense, or in the European sense, in...
This small volume is a culmination of work done and articles printed in the literature over a period of the last twenty-five years. The trend of the author's thoughts and somewhat radical ideas were presented in a previous volume entitled "Indications for the Kinetic Treatment of the...
Extrarenal azotemia may be defined as a pronounced retention of nitrogenous metabolites not caused by disease of the kidneys. The term azotemia seems preferable to uremia, since the clinical signs of uremia are not always present. This form of azotemia is not a circumscribed entity but a...
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I was interested in reading the letter from Dr. Coggeshall on the danger of transfusion malaria which appeared in the April 19 issue of The Journal. It is well known, of course, that there is a risk of malaria developing in the recipient when blood is...
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