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Dr. Cochrane has been an outstanding student of leprosy for many years, having had large experience with clinical, administrative and research phases of this disease. Scarcely any one has had better opportunity to become familiar with all aspects of the infection. This large experience...
In this small book fifty of the two hundred and fifty pages are occupied by a lengthy bibliography. The remainder contains extensive extracts from the literature, numerous case histories and statistics concerning the 67 cases in the author's personal experience. From this material the...
Physicians and patients have been aware for many years of the importance of periodic examinations. Early diagnosis and the application of the " stitch in time" work wonders in tuberculosis, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, hypertension and most other chronic diseases. In most physicians'...
The effectiveness of choline in removing fat from the liver was first described fifteen years ago by Best and his co-workers.1 Shortly thereafter other substances were found to have similar lipotropic activity, among them being casein,2 an amino acid (methionine)3 and yeast.4 In animal...
The differential diagnosis of acute hepatitis involves the separation of (1) acute damage of the hepatic parenchyma from other diseases simulating it, especially in the absence of jaundice, and (2) the different forms of acute parenchymal disease from one another. The latter may be...
EARLIER DISCOVERY AND TREATMENT OF DIABETES MELLITUS
The number of latent and undiscovered cases of diabetes in the United States is much larger than formerly supposed. The United States Public Health Service about two years ago established a Diabetes Office in...
The primary responsibility in the management of the patient with jaundice is the decision whether or not to operate. In relation to this question all other factors are secondary in importance. Most of the more recent publications emphasize methods of diagnosis. In large part these...
In this paper no attempt has been made to review the literature, because such a review would not be in keeping with the title nor would time permit.
In 200 patients with urinary calculi there were seventy-seven renal stones, twenty in the upper part of the ureter, eleven in the...
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