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During recent years extracts of Rauwolfia serpentina have been utilized freely in the treatment of hypertensive vascular disease and varied psychiatric illnesses. Initial preparations for clinical investigation were provided only in crude form; but a highly purified alkaloid, reserpine,...
REPORT OF THE SECRETARY
To the Members of the House of Delegates of the American Medical Association:
The following annual report of the Secretary is respectfully submitted:
The trend toward increased...
The three commonest acute complications in diabetic patients are ketogenic acidosis, acute infection, and surgical or traumatic events. It will be shown in this paper that the underlying pathological physiology is the same regardless of which condition prevails. With this concept in...
The 15th edition of the U. S. Pharmacopeia is radically changed from the 14th in scope, in style (large sections were rewritten), and in the inclusion of features that should make it more useful to the medical and pharmaceutical professions and to the enforcing agents of the Federal Food...
These three volumes are a great accomplishment. Most of the authors rank among the most distinguished figures in American neurology; one of the authors is from Canada and one from Norway. They have written clearly, and there can be no question as to the authoritative character of what...
This is a comprehensive treatise on perimetry from the neurologist's viewpoint. It presents principles of quantitative perimetry and is divided into three parts: (1) methods of perimetry; (2) anatomic principles involved; and (3) types of visual field defect encountered in different...
Dermatological Course for Practitioners.—
The University of California Extension will offer a course on dermatology in general practice on Wednesdays, 2-4 p. m., Nov. 16-Dec. 21. Classes will be held in the conference room,...
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