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To the Editor:—
In the Dec. 6, 1947 issue of The Journal of the American Medical Association, page 894, Dr. George Haik makes an excellent contribution in his article on "Intraocular Foreign Bodies." Due to education and safety devices, fortunately, intraocular...
Elsewhere in this issue is a report on physical fitness by four physicians acting as the Subcommittee on Physical Fitness of the Baruch Committee on Physical Medicine. The report rejects the concept that any one set of criteria can successfully predetermine fitness for the wide variety...
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE SPECIALTY BOARD
An Interim Board of Preventive Medicine under the joint auspices of the Surgeon General of the Army, Navy and Public Health Service has been established. According to the announcement, the board was...
Peptic ulcer has been the subject of discussion for nearly half a century. During that time noteworthy advancements in our knowledge have been made. There now is greater appreciation of the psychogenesis and the physiologic pathogenesis of peptic ulcer and thus a better understanding of...
To the Editor:—
A curious oversight appears to be common in biochemical and medical literature and in the trade customs of labeling protein preparations; it arises from considering the protein portion of a nutritional preparation to yield protein for both tissue...
NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RURAL HEALTH
Third Annual Meeting, held in the Palmer House, February 6 and 7, 1948
Dr. F. S. Crockett, Lafayette, Ind., Presiding
Friday, February 6
The conference on Rural Health of the American Medical...
An understanding of simple arithmetic, through "percentage" and "ratio and proportion," is essential to the accurate preparation and administration of drugs. This textbook provides a clear presentation of simple mathematical relations, explained in terms of both the apothecary and metric...
Clinical allergy has been recognized for thirty years. Before then asthma, hay fever, urticaria and eczema were considered somehow related, but the demonstration that all these were manifestations of a single underlying disorder, then called "protein sensitization" or "anaphylaxis," was...
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