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THE CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PATHOLOGICAL CHANGES IN HODGKIN'S DISEASE
TUBERCULOSIS AS AN ETIOLOGICAL FACTOR IN HODGKIN'S DISEASE
MANAGEMENT OF THE DIABETIC PATIENT, WITH ESPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE ADMINISTRATION OF INSULIN
PERFORATION OF THE ESOPHAGUS DUE TO INSTRUMENTATION (WITH A REPORT OF THREE CASES)
A DISCUSSION OF THE ETIOLOGY OF ASTHMA IN ITS RELATIONSHIP TO THE VARIOUS SYSTEMS COMPOSING THE PULMONARY NEUROCELLULAR MECHANISM WITH THE PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF CALCIUM IN ITS TREATMENT
A CASE OF ACQUIRED CHRONIC HEMOLYTIC (ACHOLURIC) JAUNDICE, SEEN FIFTEEN YEARS AGO WITH A BLOOD-PICTURE AT THAT TIME RESEMBLING ONE OF PERNICIOUS ANEMIA
THE DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF SUPRAVESICAL HEMATURIAS
UNCOMPLICATED DISLOCATIONS OF THE SHOULDER
REPORT OF SJX CASES OF CUTANEOUS ANTHRAX TREATED BY THE LOCAL AND GENERAL ADMINISTRATION OF ANTI-ANTHRAX SERUM
SYPHILIS OF THE HEART AND BLOODVESSELS
RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS WITH REMARKS ON THE USE OF COLEY'S TOXIN IN THE TREATMENT OF THIS CONDITION
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