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This volume considers fluorine in dental caries, virus diarrhea, atypical pneumonia, chemotherapy and rheumatic fever. The book is designed to help pediatricians to keep abreast of current advances in the subjects concerned.
The Bureau of Medicine and Surgery has in preparation an exhibit on "Highlights of Military Surgery in World War II," to be presented at the sixth International Assembly of the International College of Surgeons in...
Primary carcinoma of the seminal vesicles and tumors of the rectal shelf or of Blumer's shelf may offer confusion in the differential diagnosis. The relative frequency with which extrarectal metastatic deposits and primary extrarectal growths are encountered is a subject that has...
This volume, according to its preface, is intended for general practitioners and medical students. For these purposes its size, compactness, brevity and outlined presentation meet the self imposed requirements. However, in the attempt to cover the broad fields of neurology and...
The eighth edition of Roxburgh's popular book is, like the previous editions, a clearly written, practical presentation of the subject. It is a personal book reflecting the author's experience in practice rather than a compilation of the abstracts from the literature. The scope is...
This work on the ear, nose and throat differs from the usual text in that it approaches its topic from the point of view primarily of symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. As the dust cover states: "Typical complaints by the patient, rather than diseases, are used as topical bases for...
Six papers read by distinguished scientists at the dedication of the laboratory for biochemical research at McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass., are presented in this small book. Dr. Drinker of Harvard University reviews the history of research at the McLean Hospital, a history made...
Essays here collected include contributions from such distinguished writers as Fred B. Lund, Edward L. Keyes and Peyton Rous. The biographies of Casey Wood, Walter Ralph Steiner, William Osler Abbott and Bernard Sachs are reminiscent of these great American physicians. The eleven volumes...
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