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The people of the United States are immersed daily in a blood bath of automobile-inspired tragedy. Each year 40,000 Americans lose their lives in automobile accidents; 100,000 persons sustain permanent injuries, and another 1,000,000 persons undergo temporary disabilities. A life is lost...
The importance of fluid and electrolyte balance studies in modern medicine cannot be overestimated. In almost all fields of medicine, some application of the principles of this science is known. Calculations and imbalances are most satisfactorily worked out in milliequivalents per liter....
STATEMENT ON POLIOMYELITIS VACCINE BY DR. WALTER B. MARTIN
Dr. Walter B. Martin, President of the American Medical Association, has publicly assured the cooperation of the medical profession in trying to work out any technical problems related to the use of...
New Medical Insignia.—
A new medical insignia design has been developed for use by Air Force Medical Service physicians and dentists in the near future. Flight surgeons will continue to wear their wing insignia. The new insignia...
To the Editor:—
This is written in protest to the abstract of the article by E. E. Brown in the Archives of Pediatrics. The abstract appeared in the Dec. 11 issue on pages 1461 and 1462 of The Journal. Either the abstract is incorrect or Dr. Brown is woefully...
Since Hench and his co-workers1 demonstrated the action of adrenal corticosteroids and corticotropin in treatment of rheumatoid arthritis six years ago, much experience and data have been accumulated. The consensus of opinion at the present time appears to be that these hormones are of...
Roentgen visualization of the portal venous system by the percutaneous injection of radiopaque material into the spleen was reported in the European literature in 1951. Numerous subequent reports from Europe, North Africa, and South America indicated that the technique was being widely employed,...
The regional adenitis following vaccination with smallpox virus or with BCG is well known to the medical profession. Less well known is the regional adenitis following immunization with other antigens, such as pertussis vaccine, diphtheria toxoid, and tetanus toxoid. Glands in the axilla or...
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