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While studying the hearts of patients who died from tuberculosis, not infrequently we have found cellular infiltrations in the myocardium indistinguishable from Aschoff bodies. In the English literature such lesions apparently have not been described. They are not mentioned in Rich's...
The increase in endogenous uric acid production in leukemic patients has long been a fact of considerable interest. The combination of even further production of endogenous uric acid induced by therapy and renal insufficiency is one which has been observed to lead to serious and, at times, fatal...
It is indicative of the progress in the field of malaria that the 1950 Symposium of the National Malaria Society1 was concerned with "Nation-Wide Malaria Eradication Projects in the Americas" rather than with "control" of malaria, as in the past. The concept of eradication of a disease implies,...
Correction of Speech Defects.
—The publication in the near future of a textbook for teachers specializing in speech defects is just one of many signs that this particular problem is now receiving close attention in Denmark. With a population of barely four million, Denmark in 1930 had some...
A wide variety of toxic reactions following the use of mercurial diuretics has been reported. Although most of these reactions have been of a mild nature and have occurred infrequently in relation to the widespread use of mercurial diuretics, a number of fatal reactions are now well documented....
Improved methods of cancer detection and public education on the subject mean that physicians are seeing and treating many more malignant lesions than ever before. More widespread lay knowledge about cancer has almost resulted in a situation in which "every man is his own diagnostician."...
Selected as "the most crucial task facing all educators and leaders of youth today." this subject is developed in a series to which more than 40 writers and editors have contributed. In the introduction it is emphasized that the volume, designated as a yearbook, is only an initial statement of...
Administration of extracts of poison ivy for active treatment of the acute dermatitis caused by this plant has been widely practiced. It is the purpose of this report to call attention to a variety of reactions, particularly serious kidney damage, which may occur following this treatment.
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