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To the Editor:—
I read with great interest your editorial about Max Rubner (194:86, 1965) because I was a pupil of his at the University of Berlin in 1927 and 1928. Although retired in 1924, he was asked to occupy the chair of physiology after Hoffman's death, until...
Oxazepam is as effective as the related drugs, chlordiazepoxide hydrochloride and diazepam, in providing symptomatic relief of anxiety reactions associated with various psychoneurotic disorders. Adverse reactions noted are generally similar to those associated with other minor...
Dr. W. King Engel (Moderator):
We will begin the discussion of protein abnormalities in various neuromuscular diseases by first explaining our use of the term "neuromuscular diseases." Figure 1 is a diagram of what is called the "motor unit." The anterior-horn motor...
This volume represents the proceedings of the second symposium on the parathyroid glands held in the Netherlands in August 1964. In its seven sections, the authors attempt to cover current research in parathyroid physiology, which has recently received a marked impetus by the...
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Dermal or cutaneous myiasis is caused by invasion of the skin by larvae of flies of several genera which are commonly known as bot, warble, and screwworm flies. The usual hosts are livestock and various domestic animals. Dermal myiasis has been...
Compared to other methods for disseminating medical knowledge, the scientific exhibit has a brief history. Although ingenious representations of anatomy, physiology, and pathology have been prepared for many years, only in this century have exhibits been produced in North America...
Blood group antibodies may not be genetically determined as widely believed, but rather the result of early immunization by substances from intestinal microbes, the work of a Northwestern University microbiologist indicates.
Blood group specific oligosaccharides occur in a...
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