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Tetanus in France.
—In a lecture before the National Academy of Surgery, M. J. Chavannaz drew attention to the presence of tetanus in France in time of peace and to the existence of certain dangerous areas, especially Nanterre. On the other hand, railway workshops and the great metallurgic...
Interest in renal function during anesthesia and operation and in the postoperative period has increased greatly in recent years. There has been an intensive effort to gain further knowledge about renal activity in surgical patients, with a greater appreciation of the subtle physiological...
The editor has attempted to present aspects of cardiology not ordinarily covered in the textbooks of heart disease. The special problems related to the heart in the fields of pediatrics, anesthesiology, obstetrics, and psychiatry have been assigned to collaborators. The usual subject matter such...
This book is a verbatim account of a series of conferences sponsored by the Committee on Public Health Relations of the New York Academy of Medicine, with financial assistance of the Macy Foundation. The 52 participants included representatives from the judiciary, the police, the New York City...
To the Editor:
—I like that engaging new feature "The Leisure Corner," which I came across for the first time in The Journal of July 4. Because the column so aroused my interest in spare time pursuits, I shall look forward to reading future pieces.
The benefits of philately as a hobby were...
Although residence visits may occupy a large share of a physician's working day, statistical knowledge concerning these visits is largely a matter of conjecture and hearsay. This study was inspired by a great variation in opinion among the older practitioners in our community regarding their...
Organized Clinical Research.
—The setting up of a clinical research board is one of the major recommendations contained in a recently published White Paper entitled "Clinical Research in Relation to the National Health Service." Under the National Health Service Acts the Minister of Health and...
The third volume of this book, revised and reedited by three well-known internists, covers diseases of the digestive tract and is published in two sections, the first containing 941 pages, the second, 1,293 pages. In the first part, pages 814 to 941 cover the literature on the subjects...
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