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A book that deals with the chemical and physical properties of fatty acids normally would be considered as of interest only to those in the field of chemistry, physiology and a few closely related subjects. However, today medicine has advanced so that it is necessary as never before to...
The volume is a translation into Portuguese of the third edition of the "Standard Nomenclature of Disease and Standard Nomenclature of Operations." The translation was faithfully carried out under the editorship of Drs. B. Candido de Andrade, Luiz de Freitas Guimarães and their...
Despite the remarkable advances in chemotherapy during recent years, there still remain difficulties in the treatment of urinary infections. Within the span of about one decade, we have witnessed the successive introduction of mandelic acid, the sulfonamide compounds and the antibiotics,...
To the Editor:—
Some facts have been accumulated in the United States which bear on the discussions of the epidemiology of leprosy which have appeared in The Journal (Oct. 19, 1946, p. 407; Dec. 14, 1946, p. 947; Aug. 9, 1947, p. 1261).
The possibility that...
In a series of six lectures delivered in the Hall of Magdalen College, Oxford, in Hilary term 1946, the results of physiologic research on the central nervous system as regards motor and sensory areas and their relationship to the motor and sensory organs and structures of the body are...
AWARD FOR SERVICE TO SAFETY
The National Safety Council has given its Award for Honor for distinguished service to safety to the Department of the Army in recognition of a reduction of 36 per cent in the Army accident rate in 1946...
The thirteenth revision of the Pharmacopeia of the United States of America became official on April 1, 1947. Since 1820 the Pharmacopeia has served a useful purpose, but its importance is today increased many fold because of the gradual elimination of products that do not necessarily...
What is this new psychosomatic medicine that we physicians are now hearing so much about? Is it something that we can disregard and leave to the psychiatrists or is it something that every one of us, in general practice and every specialty, must know about? Actually, practically every...
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