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This is the first annual census of the patients in mental institutions published under the supervision of the Public Health Service. The report has been regularly published since 1923, with prior publications coming from the Bureau of the Census. It is a bookkeeping account of the flow...
This is a series of 18 presentations by authorities in the field of gerontology. Each chapter offers a statement by a contributor and is rounded out by a record of the informal discussion, often with opposing points of view, which ensued.
In this volume no sequential relationship...
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract The author is responsible for blood grouping and compatibility tests in one of the largest institutions of its kind. In this small volume the reader will...
With this issue we are introducing a new feature to bring closer to the readers of The Journal some of the problems facing the medical profession today and to inform them what is being done to solve these problems. This feature is "The President's Page," which will appear monthly. The...
This is a valuable book. The arrangement of material falls into a well organized pattern, and the author attempts to bring the present edition up to date by including a good deal of material from work done outside Europe, especially the newer researches conducted in the United States and...
The revised eighth edition of this popular book, with many new illustrations and diagrams, gives an accurate, summarized account of numerous medical and surgical conditions in which physical medicine is indicated. The etiology, pathology, varieties, symptoms and treatments from the...
To the Editor:—
In the letter from Belgium in The Journal, April 1, 1950, page 1005-1006, mention is made of the "cultivation of quinine." I believe this is an erroneous translation of the French quinquina.
Cysts of the omentum are relatively rare but are important because of their similarity to free peritoneal fluid, thus leading to improper therapy. Ninety-seven cases were collected from the literature in 1939 by Horgan.1 In a review of the experiences in the Mayo Clinic, Guernsey2 found 15 cases...
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