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Prolonged treatment of rheumatoid arthritis with pituitary adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) has been given in 2 cases since the program for the use of this substance was initiated.
REPORT OF CASES
Case 1.—History and Initial Observations.—
The principal complaints of W. E. S. at the time of...
Volume 5 of the series now being reviewed has the excellent tone which characterizes the previous volumes of this set. The subject matter extends from Hodgkin's disease to lymphogranuloma. It includes such diverse subjects as jaundice and joints. An inherent defect now becomes evident,...
Since the original report of Mahoney that syphilis had been successfully treated with penicillin, the management of neurosyphilis has been studied by many workers. The general trend has been a fairly revolutionary one in the direction of simplifying the treatment. Some workers advocate...
This short monograph by Dr. Alfred von Berndorfer is an unusual and highly specialized analytic outline of the restricted subject of esthetic rhinoplasties. It is a critical perspective and inventory of the extraoperative considerations of plastic surgery of the nose; specifically, the...
The second edition of this excellently printed book has added data on folic acid, urethane and radiophosphorus, and changes have been made in the chapters on multiple myeloma, infectious mononucleosis and hemoglobinurias. The form of presentation
This is the fifth edition, published in 1949, of a series of lectures in forensic medicine. The author states that the present edition is revised, enlarged and illustrated. He was a former student of Dr. C. H. Mollison, who apparently introduced these lectures to the students. The...
This book "is designed as an elementary text for the student who plans to take but one or two courses in microbiology" and "is intended to serve as a basis for an understanding of the part played by micro-organisms in everyday life." In attempting to reach his objective the author, a...
Differences of opinion are to be expected regarding the treatment of rheumatic fever and prevention of recurrences until additional knowledge explains the protean manifestations of the disease. One has to admit that no treatment specific for rheumatic fever is known.
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