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This carefully edited book is more comprehensive than its predecessor, which covered the first symposium. It comprises introductory remarks, historical background of antibiotics by S. A. Waksman, and a series of reports presented by experts on various laboratory, medical, veterinary, and...
Attention has been called by a number of investigators to the predominance of micrococci in the intestinal tract of patients exhibiting varying degrees of enteritis and colitis after antibiotic therapy. The symptoms were strikingly like those of micrococcic food poisoning, and in several cases...
It has been noted for many years that pain referred to the shoulder is associated with certain painful abdominal conditions. Irritating fluids, such as blood or purulent exudates, may produce this pain when contact is made with the central portion of the diaphragm. Kehr's sign, for example, is...
This monograph is essentially a review of reviews. Even the illustrations have been largely redrawn from other sources. There are only three original case reports. These are described only in terms of needed treatment and contain no data as to the effects produced thereby. Moreover, in...
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In the ligation of inaccessible or deeply placed major vessels, the surgeon often desires to place two strands of suture material. If this is done with the standard Deschamp ligature carrier, two passes of the instrument are necessary. Different...
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