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In this issue the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals presents its twenty-fourth Annual Report on Internships and Residencies. The first list of hospitals, approved by the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals for intern training, was published in The Journal in 1914. In...
It is difficult to present a new review of an annual book which has now become a standard volume for reference. As all medical readers know, the yearbooks are collections of abstracts arranged by subject matter, and their value in each specialty is determined first by the quality of the...
There have been few books written covering the field of citrus technology, and most of them are now outdated. This book is the only current publication in English concerning this important field. It is based on twenty-five years of experience by the author, who is now Director of...
Infectious mononucleosis is a disease of unknown causation, suspected of being virus in origin, for which no satisfactory treatment exists at present. The observation that aureomycin may be an effective therapeutic agent in certain diseases presumed to be of virus origin (primary...
Gastric cancer, because of its frequency and the insidiousness of its clinical course, presents a real problem to all concerned with its diagnosis and treatment. The end results of surgical treatment are influenced remarkably by the stage of development of the gastric cancer at the time...
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