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This study concludes that the reports filed with industrial commissions for compensation purposes hold most promise as sources of dependable data on the nature and incidence of occupational diseases. Compulsory reporting by physicians, as required under certain state statutes, has proved...
STATEMENT BY DR. F. J. L. BLASINGAME ON H. R. 7199 BEFORE COMMITTEE OF HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
I am Dr. F. J. L. Blasingame, of Wharton, Texas, where I am engaged in the active practice of medicine. I am a member of the Board of Trustees of the American Medical...
Of the beginnings of medicine in the Philippines Dr. Bantug says, "No authentic monuments have come down to us that indicate with some certainty early medical practices." In his brief chapter on aboriginal superstitions it is related that corpses were bathed and rubbed with camphor oil...
Following the first edition after a five year interval, the second edition of this textbook has 60 fewer pages, with two columns per page. Its purpose is to put together the knowledge of a number of specialists in particular aspects of pathology. Although it is intended to serve as a...
Surveys by Sulkin and Pike revealed 31 cases of shigellosis among laboratory workers, but only two of these cases had been reported in the literature. The earliest record of bacillary dysentery contracted in the laboratory may be attributed to Hirschburch and Theim in 1918 (cited by Boyd, 1940)....
A pressed face powder, composed of talc, covering agents, petrolatum, and colors, with or without perfume. (Box: 0.75 oz.)
To the Editor:—
In a recent letter in the correspondence section of The Journal (154:262 [Jan. 16] 1954) and in an editorial in the Journal of Allergy (25:57 [Jan.] 1954), Drs. Lowell and Schiller have critically commented on our experiments on the prophylaxis of...
The first outbreak of acne-like lesions due to high boiling chlorinated compounds in industry in this country was noted by Schwartz1 in 1936. Subsequently, during World War II, various reports of acne-like lesions in workers exposed to certain chlorinated naphthalenes and diphenyls...
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