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The message which we wish to convey here may someday be looked on as a quaint survival into the latter part of the twentieth century of a medical philosophy which vanished with the home delivery and the two dollar office call. It would certainly have no place in the streamlined tax-paid...
State Chest X-Ray Program.—
On August 1 the State Health Department's chest x-ray service, now in its fifth year of operation, made its 400,000 chest roentgenograms. During the past year roentgenograms of 88,247 persons were made...
To the Editor:—
The United States Public Health Service since April 1947 has required every passenger entering this country (except from the immediate Western Hemisphere) to present to the Port Health Medical Officer, at the port of entry, a valid vaccination...
This exceedingly interesting monograph on the extracellular action of adenine nucleotides is an outgrowth of the authors' clinical investigations of the shock syndrome made in England in the early part of the World War II. They discovered that almost all the shock-inducing effects of...
Reports of the treatment of patients who have monocytic leukemia with pituitary adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) or cortisone indicate a lack of favorable response or an actual acceleration of the progression of the disease.1 In this report we summarize the clinical and hematological data for...
To the Editor:—
The editorial on cancer detection tests which appeared in The Journal June 17, 1950, prompts me to give our experience with cancer tests conducted in a manner which apparently meets the criteria mentioned. Briefly, the tests used consist of (a) timing...
Perlman1 and Milberg2 reported good results from the use of undecylenic acid by mouth in the treatment of psoriasis and neurodermatitis. Perlman restated his belief in its value at the meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology and Syphilology in Chicago in December 1949. Among the side...
The practice of pathology should be one of the most appealing fields in medicine because it provides a unique approach to the study of human disease. But this science has not had as strong an appeal to the young medical graduate as have the clinical branches of medicine. Lack of...
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