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As in the other volumes in this series, there are reviews by experts of recent advances in various fields of biochemistry related to enzymes. Thus there are chapters on the biochemical role of entropy by Gutfreund, on reactions at interfaces (including information on toxicity of ions, oxidation...
Tonsillectomy is the commonest surgical operation, constituting about one-fourth of all operations performed. It is the operation that is done by more different physicians than any other. It is not usually a successful operation, however, because residual tonsil tags were found in 68% of 1,000...
Development of serious interest in the problem of sex education and how it may be carried out most successfully make this volume especially desirable, because all too often those attempting to provide such education have little or no knowledge regarding the evolution of sex behavior in man. The...
Numerous surveys have indicated that the incidence of carcinoma of the lung has been increasing in recent years. There is no general agreement, however, as to whether this increase is real and absolute or merely apparent and relative, owing to such factors as better diagnosis, increasing...
If one views the picture of maternity care broadly, there are two areas that are of greatest importance to the life of the expectant mother and the fetus: (1) the antepartum period and (2) the period during labor and delivery. A blueprint for antepartum care has already been briefly described.1...
—During the last five years, the Hospital de Enfermedades de la Nutrición undertook the study and classification of macrocytic anemias, according to the observations made in patients from regions corresponding to the Mexican plateau (altitudes ranging between 1,600 and 2,200...
Annual Cancer Seminar.
—This seminar will be held at the Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, Sept. 8, under the sponsorship of the Penrose Cancer Hospital and the College of American Pathologists. Dr. Arthur P. Stout, professor of pathology at Columbia University, New York, and Dr....
To the Editor:
—Dr. Cyril E. Bousfield's comment on page 1152 of The Journal for July 21 requires further comment. Where is the evidence that Jesus was dead when speared? His companions' legs were broken—a custom based on experience to keep the crucified from reviving and walking away. A spear...
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