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Observations of Medical Conditions in Europe
Dr. R. L. Sensenich, South Bend, Ind.: The medical situation in Europe has deteriorated tremendously. In Germany, even before the recent war, conditions had deteriorated. Part of this was a result of Hitler's preparation for war and the fact that...
In 1944 it became apparent that Physical Medicine should include not only the employment of physical agents for therapy but also the employment of physical agents for diagnosis, and when it also became apparent that that branch of the specialty known as occupational therapy should also come...
The second edition, like the first, is a small handbook of a little over 100 pages, intended to serve as a guide in fluoroscopy of the chest. Descriptions are included of the technical apparatus and roentgenoscopic methods and findings. Detailed instruction is offered concerning...
THE NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE TRIBUNAL
Under the National Health Service Act in Great Britain provision is made for disciplinary machinery which may be applied to members of the various professions that take part in the National Health Services. Such disciplinary...
This treatise is designed especially for students, opticians and general practitioners who desire an introduction to or a quick reference to physiology of the human eye. It is written in clear style, and subjects of considerable complexity are discussed in a manner that makes them...
Bicentenary of Edward Jenner.—
An exhibition commemorating the two hundredth anniversary of the birth of Edward Jenner on May 17 is on display this month in the Medical Library of Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven....
In the first paragraph of the item by this title in The Journal, April 30, page 1285, the Department of the Army was inadvertently omitted from the list of agencies which took part in the conference. The Army had the principal role in the development of DDT and the representative of the...
In 1936 Sabin and Olitsky1 of the Rockefeller Institute reported the successful cultivation of poliomyelitis virus in test tube suspensions of human embryonic nervous tissue. Control tests with suspensions of tissues from human embryonic lungs, kidney, liver or spleen gave negative...
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