THE MORTALITY AND END RESULTS OF SPLENECTOMY
CONCERNING THE CONFUSION BETWEEN ACUTE LEUKEMIA AND INFECTIOUS MONONUCLEOSIS. WITH THE REPORT OF A CASE OF ACUTE LYMPHOMLASTIC LEUKEMIA WITH REMISSION
THE INFLUENCE OF REST, SLEEP AND WORK UPON THE ACTION OF THE HEART
THE POSITIVE CENTRIFUGAL VENOUS PULSE. WITH A NEW METHOD FOR ITS DETECTION
RAYNAUD'S DISEASE.1 LIMIITATIONS OF THE CLASSICAL PICTURE AS A GUIDE TO DIANOSIS
THE RESPONSE OF THE NORMAL HUMAN STOMACH TO VARIOUS STANDARD FOODS AND A SUMMARY
SOME REASONS FOR POOR RESULTS FOLLOWING GASTRO INTESTINAL SURGERY
THE PROPER CLASSIFICATION OF THE CEREBRAL PALSIES OF EARLY LIFE
INCIPENT GENERAL PARALYSIS. A STUDY OF THE EARLIEST SYMPTOMS PRESENTED BY SEVENTY FOUR CASES
ALOCHOLIC INJECTIONS INTO NERVE TISSUES FOR THE RELIEF OF PAIN
FUNCTION OF THE AUTOGENOUS KIDNEY TRANSPLANT
FUNCTION OF THE HOMOGENOUS KIDNEY TRANSPLANT
RENAL SEPSIS ASSOCIATED WITH MANIC DEPRESSIVE INSANITY