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The way a person lives determines in part the disease he will contract. This concept, which for centuries was known to be valid for occupational and infectious diseases, has been extended in recent years to include not only exposure to specific noxious agents but repeated and chronic...
Rosenau stated that under normal conditions 1 or 2 per cent of any population harbor virulent diphtheria. When an acute case of diphtheria occurs in a locality, the incidence is considerably increased (to about 14 per cent in institutions), and according to Schick2 it varies from 3 to 83...
Abstract The present article on medical groups, fourth in a series which will attempt to examine the various facets of group practice in the United States,1 considers forms of organization and administrative practices in a number of medical groups throughout the country. A discussion of this...
The surgical treatment of congenital absence of the vagina constitutes a most interesting chapter in gynecology. Like the treatment of other anomalies, it has gone through many changes, with successes and failures, and ultimately a method of correction evolves which becomes simple, easy...
The object of this presentation is not to review the literature that has accumulated on the chemistry of the brain or to offer statistical evidence of what has been accomplished in this particular field of research, but it will attempt to indicate the needs and some of the indications...
Chronic paroxysmal trigeminal neuralgia has been known since early civilization. According to Grinker,1 it was first adequately described in 17/2 by Fothergill. This condition may affect all three divisions of the fifth cranial nerve; it may affect one branch alone, or it may occur in any...
Typical of the American way in meeting the challenge of our major problems in disease is the work of the American Cancer Society, representing the biggest type of cooperation between a voluntary organization, the medical profession and the public. The confidence of the people of the...
ARCHIVES OF SURGERY
Twenty-eight years ago a group of American surgeons requested the American Medical Association to publish a periodical dealing with clinical and experimental investigations in the field of surgery. The editors of the Archives of Surgery have,...
Following is the list of stations broadcasting the program, as reported by the National Broadcasting Company:
N.B.C. BROADCAST SCHEDULE
"Doctors Today," which is broadcast over approximately one hundred and forty...
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