Annals of Clinical Medicine, Bind 3

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Williams & Wilkins., 1925
 

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Great Explorers in Scientific Medicine D S LEWIS
21
TumorThrombosis of the Inferior Vena Cava With Four Additional
29
Clinical Auricular Flutter ALFRED M WEDD
69
Ketosis and Carbohydrate Metabolism P A SHAFFER
93
A Method for the Roentgenological Visualization of the EVARTS A GRAHAM
96
A Method for the Roentgenological Visualization of the GallBladder
99
NUMBER 2 AUGUST 1924
105
OFFICIAL PERIODICAL
106
The Modern Treatment for Trigeminal Neuralgia Major W T COUGHLIN
123
A Clinical Study of Complete HeartBlock FREDRICK A WILLIUS
129
Focal Infections in Chronic Gastrointestinal Infection ALBERT F
136
The Digestion of Food in Diabetic Undernutrition S H KAHN AND W
143
A Study of the Gastric Residuum THEODORE H MORRISON AND
149
Massive Hemorrhage from the Stomach Produced by an Unusual Cause
158
Editorial
165
NUMBER 3 SEPTEMBER 1924
170
Hospital Associations and Similar Groups WARREN PHILO ELMER
177
Gynecological Diseases of Special Interest to the Internist H S CROSSEN
180
Streptococcus viridans Type Louis
188
Tachycardia as a Result of Digitalis Administration DREW LUTEN
194
The Physiologic Basis of Rest as a Therapeutic Measure in Pulmonary
209
Focal Infection C H NEILSON
217
Chronic Arthritis RALPH PEMBERTON
225
Bronchial Asthma CHARLES H EYERMANN
239
Radium and Internal Medicine ELLIS FISCHEL
245
Abstract
251
OFFICIAL PERIODICAL
254
Vital Capacity An Inquiry into Its Value as a Diagnostic Procedure
255
Studies of the Incidence and Inheritance of Goiter in St Louis and Chicago
275
Serologic Reactions in Syphilis and Their Interpretation HARTHER L
292
A Study of Some Cases of Purpura Hemorrhagica W F HAMILTON
298
Generalized Angioneurotic Edema Following Tonsillectomy E C
308
Anxiety Neurosis as an Element in the Diagnosis of Heart Disease Louis
324
Editorial
365
NUMBER 5 NOVEMBER 1924
369
OFFICIAL PERIODICAL
370
Hypoglycemic Reaction or Insulin Shock ORLANDO H PETTY
380
SMITH
385
Certain Clinical and Pathologic Aspects of Focal Infection with Special
394
Abstracts
466
PUBLISHED MONTHLY
467
Study of Thromboangiitis Obliterans Louis H SIGLER
475
Concerning the Necessity for a Quantitative Factor in a Standard Com
481
Goiter ARNOLD S JACKSON
487
The Coseasonal Treatment of Fall Hayfever GRAFTON TYLER BROWN
494
Benjamin Franklin Patron of Medicine STEWART R ROBERTS
501
Editorial
508
Reviews
515
ANNALS
516
Size of the Normal Aorta A E FOSSIER
525
Paroxysmal Tachycardia with Multiple Foci of Stimulus Production
537
The Peripheral Vascular Mechanism C S DANZER
544
Editorial
558
NUMBER 9 MARCH 1925
563
OFFICIAL PERIODICAL
564
On the Origin and Development of Ethics in Medicine and the Influence
573
Some Clinical Aspects of Lead Meningoencephalopathy CARL VERNON
604
Editorial
614
Reviews
620
PUBLISHED MONTHLY
621
OFFICIAL PERIODICAL
622
The Effect of the Ingestion of Small Amounts of Sodium Bicarbonate Upon
634
The Borderland Between Neurology and General Medicine GIVEN
642
The Relation of Dental Infection to Systemic Disease RALPH PEMBERTON
648
Editorial
661
PUBLISHED MONTHLY
666
ANNALS
666
Glycolysis HENRY J JOHN
667
Cutaneous Actinomycosis Recurring after Pregnancy A H WATERMAN
697
Interrenal Rhabdomyoma W
706
Clinical Note on the Relief of Asthma in the Presence of Chronic Bronchitis
718
Reviews
726
Contributions of the Medical Department of the United States Army
731
Contributions of the Medical Corps United States Navy to American
747
Twentyfive Years Progress in Public Health SURGEONGENERAL HUGH
761
Medical Work in the Panama Canal Zone as Viewed by an Outsider
772
Editorial
781

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