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Volume II of this series has thirteen chapters in English and three in German. The various subjects are covered by independent contributors on miscellaneous subjects in the field of allergy. The three chapters in German consist of the introduction by the editor, Dr. Paul Kallos of...
The purpose of this book is to describe for the general practitioner the elements of renal functional testing and its significance in nephritis. This constitutes half the book. The remainder is devoted to a description of glomerulonephritis, focal nephritis, nephrosis and...
The author, a Swiss psychiatrist, has been concerned with problems of treatment for many years. He was one of the first to experiment with continuous sleep treatment for psychotic persons. In this second edition of his textbook on therapy, he includes the latest physical methods of...
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The commanders of Army General hospitals are being notified that 100 medical officers are to be selected from first and second year residents in teaching hospitals to meet the temporary medical needs in the...
Categorically, about 50 per cent of diabetic patients are well controlled by dietary restriction alone, while the remainder require insulin coupled with such dietary restriction.1 Of the latter group "at least one half of them can be balanced without difficulty by the use of moderate...
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My discussions with doctors at medical meetings lead me to believe that many bizarre and/or fatal reactions of sensitivity to antibiotics have been noted and left unreported by individual physicians. Information concerning these reactions would be...
This manual was designed to facilitate identification of penicillia and to present a summary of data regarding the physiology, biochemistry, pathogenicity and other characteristics of individual species and groups. The authors only recognize 137 species of Penicillium, of more than 700...
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