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THE chemical composition of any food, drug, or poison taken into the body can have a profound effect on one's body, mind, and spirit. Heretofore nutritionists have been chiefly concerned with determining the chemical composition of the foods most commonly used, with little thought for...
This textbook of general surgery, written in German by a Swiss surgeon, is printed on paper of high quality, and the print is large and the binding excellent. The material is divided into 10 parts, including injuries and diseases of the head, injuries and surgical conditions of the neck,...
Dr. Cullen Comes to San Francisco.—
Dr. Stuart C. Cullen, professor of surgery and anesthesiology, State University of Iowa College of Medicine, Iowa City, has been appointed professor of anesthesiology and chairman of that...
The editors have continued the policy of selecting outstanding British consultants and contributors in the preparation of this reference book. The format is attractive and conforms to that of the preceding volumes. Descriptive, accurate, and informative drawings are numerous and well...
The eighth edition of this handbook of children's diseases has been revised and in part rewritten since its last edition was published four years ago. The sections on antibiotics and poliomyelitis have been brought up to date. The inclusion of appropriate treatment with steroids (except...
The time-honored and widely used expression "flat film (or plate) of the abdomen" is an unpopular one among radiologists generally. It deserves to be much more unpopular than it is, however, because there is no general agreement as to what it means.
Its origin is lost in the comparative...
Coumadin sodium and bishydroxycoumarin were used in a study of the effects of anticoagulant therapy on 200 patients, most of them with acute myocardial infarction or severe coronary insufficiency. Coumadin sodium was given orally to 164 of these patients, the prothrombin times being...
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