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Minutes of the Sixth Streptomycin Conference, Held on October 21, 22, 23 and 24, 1948, Auditorium of the Ramsey County Medical Society, St. Paul, Minn.
Prepared and edited by Veterans Administration, Branch Office No. 8, Tuberculosis Section, St. Paul, Minn. Paper....
Thirteen researchers have contributed to this volume. Included in the contents are discussions of the chemistry and biologic action of pteroylglutamic acid and related compounds, vitamin K, nutritional requirements of the cotton rat and hamster, vitamins as pharmacologic agents, the...
This book purports to present "some of the newer concepts of physical methods and their application to the problems of rheumatism and other medical and surgical ailments." Aside from the two chapters written under the supervision of qualified physicians, the one on rheumatism and...
The announcement by the American Society of Anesthesiologists of completed plans to provide refresher courses on a national scale for general practitioners constitutes a significant contribution to the improvement of medical care. Under this plan more than seventy training centers have...
To the Editor:—
The useful editorial in The Journal (Aug. 13, 1949) on "Radiation Cataracts" calls attention to one of the hazards in the development of this field of high energy radiations. There is one point that I believe should be corrected. Certain statements in...
This paper relates the experience of my colleagues and myself using the new antispasmodic compound trihexyphenidyl (artane,® 3-[1-piperidy1]-1-pheny1-1-cyclohexy1-1-propano1 hydrochloride1) in the treatment of parkinsonism and several of the related disorders of movement. The trial of a...
Changes in University Faculty.—
The Medical College of Alabama at University has announced that Drs. James S. McLester, professor of medicine, James M. Mason, professor of surgery, and Stuart Graves, director of admissions, were...
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