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A number of recent papers on gout refer to it as a forgotten disease, implying thereby that it is frequently overlooked. In a series of 100 patients reported by Hench1 approximately fifteen years had elapsed from the first attack before a correct diagnosis was made. The average age of...
This volume successfully conveys a practical approach to the problem of peripheral vascular disease. The author presents numerous illustrated histories to emphasize practical points. The discussion is excellent. General practitioners will find this an especially useful bridge to their...
Investigations on the Basis of Rational Electrotherapy of Paretic Muscles. By Svend Clemmesen and Erik Skinhøj. Acta psychiatrica et neurologica, Supplementum XLIII. Translated from the Danish by Axel Andersen. Paper. Pp. 53, with 19 illustrations. Ejnar Munksgaard, Nørregade 6,...
This book opens with a brief foreword by Henry Christian, in which he states, "Dr. Ayman has had an extensive experience with hypertensive patients, whom he has subjected to long continued, thorough, clinical study in the homes of the patients, in the out-patient clinic, and in the wards...
Portrait of Dr. Harris.—
A portrait of Dr. Seale Harris, Birmingham, professor emeritus of medicine, was presented to the Medical College of Alabama on the evening of December 17 as a gift of the doctors of Alabama. Dr. Harris was...
The high incidence of gastric carcinoma together with its extremely low survival rate1 provides adequate justification for the search and evaluation of new methods of diagnosis. This is particularly rational in view of the often repeated opinion that improvement in the end result of...
The extreme variation which body weight may undergo is indeed remarkable. There is a report, probably true, of a man weighing over 1,000 pounds (453.5 Kg.), while a subject weighing 779 pounds (353.3 Kg.) has been studied by competent observers.1 At the other extreme, a 30 year old woman...
This small book deals only with management of obstetrics, as indicated in the title. At the beginning of most of the thirty-six chapters there are quotations, mostly from Shakespeare, which show that the author has an excellent sense of humor. For example, at the head of the chapter...
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