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This new edition of an atlas first published in 1907 has been enlarged and rearranged. It consists largely of a series of lifelike water colors made of lesions in the bladder and urethra as seen through the cystoscope. As in the previous editions, this atlas has the advantage that the...
This monograph is the best of the books available for the lay reader interested in allergy. The material has been carefully selected and clearly presented. The author has made good use of a wealth of clinical experience in writing this book for the layman. More than two-thirds of the...
The mammary glands are indeed an integral unit of the female reproductive and sexual system. Were it not for the evolution and development of the function of these structures, it is conceivable that some form of life other than man would dominate this planet. In the female of our species...
Numerous reports have appeared in the literature demonstrating that in animals nalorphine (Nalline) hydrochloride is an effective antagonist to the toxic effects of morphine and other of its derivatives. Preliminary experimental studies with human beings showed that nalorphine reversed the...
Under the joint sponsorship of the American Cancer Society, Alabama division, the Medical Association of the State of Alabama, Medical College of Alabama, Jefferson County Dental Association, and the Jefferson...
FOURTEENTH ANNUAL CONGRESS ON INDUSTRIAL HEALTH
Brown Hotel, Louisville, Ky.
Feb. 24-25, 1954
The Council on Industrial Health of the American Medical Association
Sessions are open to physicians and others...
It has recently become well recognized that anesthetic agents injected into the subarachnoid space may damage nervous tissue and cause meningeal irritation manifested by pleocytosis and increased protein in the spinal fluid. Light and co-workers inferred that "probably there is in every case...
There is increasing interest in stress as a factor in the development of disease. Industrial physicians and others engaged in the physical examination of executives have been especially concerned. The so-called quasi-occupational diseases, such as hypertension, peptic ulcer, colitis,...
Many reviews contained in the 1953 volume will interest specialists in nutrition. First, there is a chapter by A. G. Hogan of the University of Missouri entitled "Nutrition," which deals with 123 references on the subject of the relationship between maternal health and congenital...
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