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This book is a fitting and valuable companion to "The Normal Encephalogram," by the same author. In the introduction, the technic, examination, and interpretation of plain roentgenograms of the skull are discussed. Following this is a chapter on pathology of brain tumors, which compresses some...
Milzer1 and associates of Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, report evidence that ultraviolet-killed tuberculosis vaccine is superior to BCG vaccine as a prophylactic agent. Mycobacterium tuberculosis (hominis) grown for 14 days on Petragnani medium was harvested, weighed, suspended in sterile...
In reviewing the causes of maternal deaths in the Department of Obstetrics at the Cook County Hospital, we found that in an 11 year period only three women with adequate antepartum care had died of heart disease and its complications. In the same period however, 21 pregnant women with cardiac...
With the strides made in both vitamin technology and therapy and the advent of new vitamins, this edition of a widely accepted and used book is warmly welcomed. Assays for members of the vitamin B complex family, newly included in this edition, are those for pantothenic acid, pyridoxine, folic...
This case of hemochromatosis is reported not only because of the rarity of this condition but also because of some unusual features presented by this patient.
REPORT OF CASE
F. B., a 57 year old white man, was admitted to the Jewish Hospital on April 12, 1949 with a chief complaint of frequency...
The Anesthesiology Center in Copenhagen.
—The first course in anesthesiology in Copenhagen was completed on April 27, marking a very important event in the history of this subject. This course, which is being resumed early this summer, is organized by the faculty of medicine of the University...
Newborn babies and infants under 1 year of age have been among those to benefit most from advances in medical science and the efforts of public health agencies during the first half of this century. Reviewing the Baltimore City vital statistics reports at the beginning of the century, one finds...
As stated in the preface this book is chiefly concerned with encephalographic anatomy. It remains the outstanding work in this field, brief and easily readable. The addition of planigraphy has aided considerably in clarifying the anatomy of midline structures. There is little change in the...
To the Editor:
—The Army informed the Washington office of the American Medical Association that one out of an estimated 3,000 ASTP physicians with no active military service had volunteered for active duty by the end of August, 1950 (A. M. A. Capitol Clinic No. 34, Sept. 5, 1950). A reliable...
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