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Typhus fever (Brill's disease) has been reported only sporadically from areas other than the coastal region of the northeastern United States. As suggested by Brill1 and Zinsser2 and established by Murray,3 cases of recrudescent epidemic typhus would be expected to occur in all localities to...
A study of the current report on medical licensure reveals that in many states the licensure of foreign-trained physicians has been given serious consideration by the authorities and that methods are being developed to provide for the licensure of such physicians that will not lower the...
Of the 22,296 physicians in the age group 65-74 in the United States in April, 1950, 18,770 (84.2%) were in active private practice according to data in the appendix of Bulletin 94 of the Bureau of Medical Economic Research. Only 15.8% were not engaged in active private practice. Among these...
In discussing expanding horizons in medical education, I have no intention of proposing a new or revised curriculum for the medical schools to follow. I hope rather so to expand the horizon of the topic itself that a longer view may be taken of the opportunities now available for any person who...
This book has been written as a guide and help to the parents of allergic children. Its greatest shortcoming is in the organization of its material, which tends to be confusing. It contains some sound advice concerning the fallacy of outgrowing allergy and the importance of early treatment. It...
To the Editor:
—In an editorial in The Journal of Feb. 13, 1954, page 586, there is one debatable statement in an otherwise commendable summary of current clinical testing of thyroid function. The statement that "nervousness and hypertension both elevate the BMR but do not affect the [I131]...
Pain in the cervical and shoulder regions with or without radiation to the scapular area and upper extremities is a syndrome seen fairly commonly in medical practice. Narrowing of the cervical foraminal spaces, which can be seen by roentgenogram, is often responsible for the pain syndrome. This...
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