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During the past decade, increasing attention has been given to the theory that indoor air is a vehicle of respiratory infection and to the logical sequence of such a theory, that the transfer from person to person of such infection can be reduced by increasing ventilation. In the sense...
In 1947 the Committee on Artificial Limbs of the National Research Council1 estimated the incidence of major extremity amputations at 40,000 annually. Thus rehabilitation of the amputee is an important medical problem, and much is being done to improve prosthetic appliances and develop...
Representatives of the state and territorial medical societies, allied professional groups and various federal governmental agencies will participate in the next meeting of the Council on National Emergency...
The ocular hypertension indicator (tonometer) is a screening instrument and not a diagnostic instrument. We believe that this instrument, placed in the hands of general practitioners according to some acceptable plan, may prevent blindness through the earlier discovery of hypertension and...
This monograph is distinguished by its brevity. It is well organized, with comprehensive coverage of all aspects of diagnosis and treatment. Special attention is drawn to the chapter on diagnostic procedures. The few shortcomings in the chapters dealing with etiology and pathogenesis of...
Although isolated reports of the occurrence of insulogenic lipodystrophies have been appearing since 1926, the development of local areas of subcutaneous fat atrophy or of persistent hard, nodular swelling at the site of insulin injections is still generally ignored or lightly considered...
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