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The specific affinity of functioning thyroid tissue for iodine is the rationale for the use of radioactive iodine in tracer doses to study iodine metabolism and the physiology of the human thyroid gland. The pioneer work of Hamilton1 and Hertz2 initiated this type of investigation.
Few fields of medical practice have expanded in recent years as rapidly and as successfully as transfusion of blood, plasma and their substitutes. The number of indications has increased tremendously, the danger of reactions has been reduced to a small fraction of what it was only ten or...
This monograph on the chemical changes in the blood during the agonal state was completed shortly before death prematurely terminated the promising career of the author. It contains the most detailed studies with which the reviewer is acquainted on the chemical composition of the blood...
TOXIC EYE HAZARDS
"Accident Facts," published by the National Safety Council, reports that approximately 75,000 occupational eye injuries occur each year; of these, 5,000 are permanent. Increased industrialization has resulted in a corresponding rise in injuries of...
To the Editor:—
I refer to the excellent article by Dr. George R. Herrmann on myocardial insufficiency in The Journal of June 11. On page 509 is a statement referring to the direct application of the Fick principle: "Cardiac output equals the total oxygen consumption...
OFFICERS ACCEPTED FOR ADVANCED TRAINING
The following Medical Department officers have been accepted for advanced training at the civilian institutions indicated: Colonels Berna T. Bowers, Ophthalmological Study Council, Boston;...
To the Editor:—
In the conclusion of the article "Some Effects of Myanesin in Psychiatric Patients" (J. A. M. A., June 25, 1949) the authors, Schlan and Unna, state that myanesin® (tolserol®) (3-ortho-toloxy-1,2-propanediol) is the only drug that allays anxiety...
The recent report by Hench, Kendall, Slocumb, and Polley of the dramatic effectiveness of the adrenal cortical steroid, Cortisone (first isolated by E. C. Kendall), in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis developed the difficult problem of distributing the limited amount of the...
According to the preface the author's conclusions are based on his experience in the surgical treatment of 1,000 patients with diseases of the thyroid plus observations of several hundred patients with hyperthyroidism treated with antithyroid drugs by one of his colleagues. Most thyroid...
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