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ONE ASPECT OF SYPHILIS AS A COMMUNITY PROBLEM
THE CARDIOVASCULAR DEFECTIVE
A CASE OF PERFORATED GASTRIC ULCER, WITH ABSCESS FORMATION; PERFORATION THROUGH THE LUNG, WITH SPONTANEOUS RECOVERY
LUMBAR PUNCTURE AS A FACTOR IN THE CAUSATION OF MENINGITIS
RELATIONSHIP OF THE STREPTOCOCCUS HEMOLYTICUS TO “INFLUENZA” AND PNEUMONIA
THE INFLUENZA-PNEUMONIA EPIDEMIC AT CAMP DODGE, IOWA, 1918
LABORATORY REPORT ON EPIDEMIC PNEUMONIA, CAMP DODOE, IOWA
CLINICAL ASPECTS OF PNEUMONIA FOLLOWING INFLUENZA, CAMP DODGE, IOWA, 1918
REPORT OF THE SURGICAL SERVICE, U. S. ARMY BASE HOSPITAL, CAMP DODGE, IOWA, ON THE EPIDEMIC OF INFLUENZA OF 1918
A Text-Book of Practical Therapeutics
SURGERY
Continued Extension by Means of a New Extension Frame in the Bloodless Reduction of Congenital Dislocation of the Hip
PEDIATRICS
OBSTETRICS
GYNECOLOGY
OPHTHALMOLOGY
Syphilis and Irregularity of the Pupil