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Medical Corps, United States Army
A white man aged 46 with moderately advanced pulmonary tuberculosis, was admitted to Fitzsimons General Hospital in January 1947. On April 1 the patient was started on 2 Gm. of streptomycin daily, intramuscularly in five equally divided doses. There...
In May 1947, Benedict and Langlykke1 reported that sterile culture filtrates of Bacillus polymyxa in dilutions of 1:1,000 inhibited the growth of Brucella bronchiseptica in culture. Shortly after this report, Stansly, Shepherd and White2 independently described the isolation of an...
Great advances have been made in the diagnosis, the control and the treatment of viral and rickettsial diseases in the last few years. They have resulted from intensive research carried out by laboratory workers, with the patient assistance of the practicing physician. The latter has...
In 1941, we reported theresults of a study of vesical dysfunction in cases of tabes dorsalis and analyzed the results of transurethral resection in 35 of the cases.1 In these cases, the results of transurethral resection were very good. We recently have made a follow-up study of these 35...
Knowledge of certain virus infections of the respiratory tract has increased greatly within the short span of the last fifteen years. During this period two distinct types of influenza virus have been isolated and characterized,1 the large group of immunologically related viruses termed...
In 1920 William H. Bates published a book, " Perfect Sight Without Glasses," in which he advanced the hypothesis that visual derangements and refractive errors are due to a deformation of the eyeball resulting from a nervous and muscular strain from the superior and inferior oblique...
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