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Medical Education, Registration and Hospital Service

Medical Education, Registration and Hospital Service as should be corroborative evidence of regarded parotid gland involvement." and Medical Education, Registration saw the teatulation and redness of the Moreover, typical Service Hospital who never the disease or duct in1 several negroes developed of its It is as Cowie that complications. true, says, any EXAMINATIONS "because of the occasional occurrence of teatulation of Steno's COMING Arizona: 5-6. Dr. 207 a of normal Phoenix, April Sec, Ancil Martin, Goodrich duct in certain persons percentage apparently Phoenix. Bldg., of its careful differentiation and redness orifice, occasionally Little 10. Dr. T. Arkansas: Rock, Sec, Reg. Bd., J. Stout, May Dr. E. Brinkley. Sec, Eclectic Bd., C. Laws, 803VÍ Garrison Ave., made." I observed the teatulation alone in a should be large Fort Smith. of soldiers. The number normal negro typical 5. Dr. David A. 612 apparently Colorado: Denver, Strickler, April Sec, Denver. Empire Bldg., as observed in a duct and redness) large sign (teatulation of Columbia: 12. Dr. District Sec, Edgar P. Washington, April who had the disease I also in 1315 of those found many Rhode Island Ave., Washington. percentage Copeland, 401 S. Bere- Hawaii: 11. Dr. C Honolulu, April Sec, Guy Milnor, Whether these normal negroes. typical findings http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Medical Education, Registration and Hospital Service

JAMA , Volume 76 (13) – Mar 26, 1921

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1921 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.1921.02630130055028
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Abstract

as should be corroborative evidence of regarded parotid gland involvement." and Medical Education, Registration saw the teatulation and redness of the Moreover, typical Service Hospital who never the disease or duct in1 several negroes developed of its It is as Cowie that complications. true, says, any EXAMINATIONS "because of the occasional occurrence of teatulation of Steno's COMING Arizona: 5-6. Dr. 207 a of normal Phoenix, April Sec, Ancil Martin, Goodrich duct in certain persons percentage apparently Phoenix. Bldg., of its careful differentiation and redness orifice, occasionally Little 10. Dr. T. Arkansas: Rock, Sec, Reg. Bd., J. Stout, May Dr. E. Brinkley. Sec, Eclectic Bd., C. Laws, 803VÍ Garrison Ave., made." I observed the teatulation alone in a should be large Fort Smith. of soldiers. The number normal negro typical 5. Dr. David A. 612 apparently Colorado: Denver, Strickler, April Sec, Denver. Empire Bldg., as observed in a duct and redness) large sign (teatulation of Columbia: 12. Dr. District Sec, Edgar P. Washington, April who had the disease I also in 1315 of those found many Rhode Island Ave., Washington. percentage Copeland, 401 S. Bere- Hawaii: 11. Dr. C Honolulu, April Sec, Guy Milnor, Whether these normal negroes. typical findings

Journal

JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Mar 26, 1921

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