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PELLAGRA.
THE ABSENCE OF PANCREATIC SECRETIONS IN SPRUE AND THE EMPLOYMENT OF PANCREATIC EXTRACT IN THE TREATMENT OF THIS DISEASE.
EPINEPHRIN HYPERSENSITIVENESS AND ITS RELATION TO HYPERTHRYROIDISM.*
THE USE OF DIET IN THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC ARTHRITIS.
THE PATHOLOGY OF BRONCHIAL ASTHMA.
INFLUENZA.*
ACUTE NITROBENZOL POISONING WITH STUDIES ON THE BLOOD IN TWO CASES.*
A NEW INTESTINAL TUBE WITE REMARKS ON ITS USE IN A CASE OF ULCERATIVE COLITIS.
NOCTURNAL POLYURIA.
THE WHITE ADRENAL LINE (SERGENT); ITS CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE.
CHOLESTEROL IN CEREBROSPINAL FLUID.
PULSE-RATE AND BLOOD-PRESSURE RESPONSES OF MEN TO PASSIVE POSTURAL CHANGES.*
LABORATORY AIDS IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF GONOCOCCAL INFECTIONS, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE GONOCOCCUS COMPLEMENT-FIXATION TEST.
THE PATHOLOGY AND TREATMENT OF FRACTURES OF THE SPONGY BONES.
The American Red Cross in the Great War.
MEDICINE
SURGERY
PEDIATRICS
OBSTETRICS
GYNECOLOGY
PATHOLOGY AND BACTERIOLOGY
HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH
Roentgen Interpretation
Practice of Medicine
The Fundamentals of Bacteriology
Mouth Hygiene—Fones
Darier's Dermatology
Urology—Pedersen
Progressive Medicine
Symptoms in the Diagnosis of Disease
Nutrition and Clinical Dietetics
Principles of Biochemistry
Surgical Diagnosis and Treatment
PUBLIC HEALTH AND HYGIENE
STARLING'S Principles of Human Physiology
DISEASES OF INFANCY AND CHILDHOOD