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This book is an attempt to collate the essential information that has been gathered over a considerable period in teaching departments at the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia. It is intended, as the title suggests, to offer discussions on "the entire field of therapeutics in one...
The phenomena of idiosyncrasy to drugs have long presented a problem to physicians, but it is only recently that progress has been made in elucidation of the mechanism of many of these reactions. A considerable number of reactions are due to immunologic hypersensitivity or allergy,...
The intervertebral foramen, exit of the nerve root from the spinal canal, is limited in front by the intervertebral disk and portions of the adjacent vertebral bodies. Above and below are the pedicles, while posteriorly occur the superior and inferior articular processes, with the...
In 1944, Herrell reported that "a rather striking suppressive effect on the course of tuberculosis of guinea pigs was obtained" by treating the animals with streptomycin at varying intervals. As nearly as arbitrary numerals could express it, the tuberculosis index of infection controls...
This book presents a program of physical recreation activities which can be included in elementary school physical education. Purposes of a good program, it is pointed out, must extend beyond exercise to include opportunities for social and recreational learnings as well as for improved...
To the Editor:—
In regard to a Current Comment, The Journal, February 19, page 531, in addition to your observation concerning letterheads, you may be interested to know that even lantern slides made and issued by the National Cancer Institute for distribution...
To the Editor:—
The article in your April 16 issue by Robert H. Williams on selection of therapy for individual patients with thyrotoxicosis fails to accord roentgen irradiation the place it has established in the treatment of this disease.
Much is known of the pathogenesis of spontaneous hypertension in human beings and experimental hypertension in animals, despite the short time during which modern investigative methods have been used. Because the various types of experimental renal hypertension have received the greatest...
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