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A significant number of gastric operations result in rather distressing postoperative complaints that are unrelated to the original pathology and probably are referable to the surgical procedure.1 Although the loss of a part or all of the stomach may seem a small price to pay to avoid...
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The absence of risk of homologous serum jaundice as shown by J. Garrott Allen and associates (J. A. M. A. 154:103 [Jan. 9] 1954) by preservation of liquid plasma for six months is a matter of great therapeutic interest. During the years 1948-1951, I...
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We have encountered four instances of stramonium poisoning in Philadelphia. Four Negroes, 16 to 38 years of age, each drank approximately 200 ml. of a "strong tea" prepared as a cold cure from Jimson weed (Datura Stramonium Linné) as identified by...
The Foley bag catheter, because of its simplicity, is an extremely valuable instrument for urologie purposes. However, the catheter has its trouble-making capacities. In addition to becoming obstructed, the balloon sometimes becomes exasperatingly difficult to deflate. The obstructive causes of...
A distinguished anatomist and a surgeon with an intense interest in hernia have compiled a treatise on the anatomy and surgery of hernia. The superb illustrations and careful anatomic descriptions in the legends will be familiar. The idea that gave rise to the book is sound, and the...
This pamphlet is one of a series of reports of the New York State Joint Legislative Committee on Problems of the Aging, The committee began its work in 1947 and was the first such group in the country. It has performed a unique and immensely valuable service in behalf of the older...
Encrustations of the trachea as a complication of radical surgery of the head and neck have proved to be a serious and demanding problem in some instances. These encrustations are associated with the postoperative changes occurring in patients who have been subjected to tracheostomy....
THE DEATH OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN
"On the evening of Friday, April 14, I was summoned in haste to the late President of the United States, to whom I had the honor to be family physician. . . . [He] had been carried to the residence of Mr. Peterson, who resided on Tenth...
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