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The purpose of this paper is to assemble, to evaluate and if possible to add to the known facts about the condition for which I prefer the term sarcoidosis. The disease has been recognized for about half a century, and although many observers and investigators have contributed their...
Eight lectures delivered by Dr. Condorelli to his students make the content of the book. The cases chosen for discussion are of some interest, but some daring diagnoses such as that of pulmonic stenosis and patency of the ductus and that of coarctation of the aorta and patency of the...
The material in this book is excellent and is presented in an easily understandable way. The subject matter on pathology is closely integrated with the clinical symptomatology and this makes the book desirable to have for ready reference. There are nine chapters on diseases of vascular...
There is a remarkable similarity in the discovery of the utility of quinidine with that of digitalis in that both were made by laymen. In 1914 one of Wenckebach's1 patients informed him that the quinine which he had prescribed for malaria made his irregular heart action (due to auricular...
The various factors which cause or influence the phenomenon of sickling red cells are still poorly understood. This peculiar behavior of certain red blood corpuscles seems to be a racial characteristic, confined exclusively to the Negro, although a few cases of sickle cell anemia in...
This book is a one volume encyclopedia of the economy of the United States. Within its pages are marshaled all the salient facts of our economic life: current trends, war lessons, the nature of needs and the dimensions of the resources with which they can be met. To this the authors have...
In his centennial address before the Section on Nervous and Mental Diseases of the Annual Session of the American Medical Association at Atlantic City, N.J., June 12, 1947, Stanley Cobb reviewed progress in the previous hundred' years in neurology, psychiatry and neurosurgery.1 In 1847...
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