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This book is an interesting addition to the rapidly multiplying literature on occupational diseases. The six parts deal with illness due to chemicals, illness due to living agents (such as trichinella), illness due to physical influences (such as ionizing radiations), occupational...
Thompson and LeBlanc1 in 1945 reported the first case of successful repair of a strangulated diaphragmatic hernia occurring immediately after delivery. We wish to report a second similar case.
REPORT OF CASE
Mrs. L. B., a 31 year old white woman, gravida 1, entered the Seaside Memorial Hospital...
To the Editor:—
Although more than a year has passed since Waksman announced the discovery of neomycin, clinical trials in tuberculosis seem to have been delayed by the difficulty in producing a potent, nontoxic preparation containing a single neomycin (G. L. Hobby,...
Hawley Harvey Crippen received his medical education at the Hospital College of Cleveland in about 1883. After an association with various London hospitals he returned to the United States and received a diploma as an eye and ear specialist from the Ophthalmic Hospital, New York, in...
In 1949 Mitchell and Hamilton1 reported that as much as 6.5 mg. of iron are lost daily in the sweat. This previously unsuspected avenue of iron loss was subjected to detailed analysis by Adams and his associates2 of the University of California at Los Angeles. With the method proposed by...
This is an outline report giving the essentials of an institute held in the summer of 1948 under the joint sponsorship of the California State Department of Public Health and the Commonwealth Fund. This institute was conducted by 8 psychiatrists and 3 pediatricians with psychiatric...
With the advent of the sulfonamide drugs and, later, penicillin the prognosis in actinomycosis took a brighter turn. Several reports appeared in various journals on the success of treatment with the aforementioned agents. Dobson and Cutting1 reported their results in 12 cases, and they concluded...
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