OBSERVATIONS ON THE APPARENT ADAPTABILITY OF THE BODY TO INFECTIONS, UNUSUAL HARDSHIPS, CHANGING ENVIRONMENT AND PROLONGED STRENUOUS EXERTION
BRONCHOSCOPIC FINDINGS IN LOBAR PNEUMONIA
THE SIZE OF THE CONSOLIDATED LUNG IN LOBAR PNEUMONIA
CARCINOMATOUS ABSCESS OF THE LUNG
A CASE OF DIABETES MELLITUS SHOWING AGLYCEMIA WITHOUT SYMPTOMS
COMPLICATIONS AND FATALITY OF TYPHOID FEVER AMONG FILIPINOS
THE EFFECT OF GASTROINTESTINAL OPERATIONS ON THE EMPTYING OF THE GALL BLADDER
A COMPARISON OF ARSPHENAMIN AND CATARRHAL JAUNDICE, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE BLOOD PICTURE
SEROLOGIC STUDIES OF PROTEINURIAS
THE BLOOD SEDIMENTATION TEST IN EXPERIMENTAL POLIOMYELITIS
TEMPORARY EDEMA OF THE FACE FOLLOWING TREATMENT FOR EXOPHTHALMIC GOITER
THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN METABOLIC AND NERVOUS SYMPTOMS IN THYROID DISORDER
EXOPHTHALMOS FOLLOWING OPERATION FOR THE RELIEF OF HYPERTHYROIDISM
ACUTE THYROIDITIS
OPHTHALMOSCOPIC SIGNS IN DISEASE OF THE HEART
BRUCELLA ABORTUS IN MILK SUPPLY AS A SOURCE OF AGGLUTININS IN HUMAN SERA
The Surgical Operations on President Cleveland in 1893 Together with Six Additional Papers of Reminiscences
The Kahn Test. A Practical Guide
What is Life?
Spasmophilia
Report of the International Conference on Cancer
Colloid Chemistry, Theoretical and Applied Vol. II. Biology and Medicine
Nephritis
Food Infections and Food Intoxications
Clinical Electrocardiograms. Their Interpretation and Significance
Spinal Anesthesia
Thyroxine
NEW BOOKS
The Therapeutic Influence of the Reticulo-endothelial System
Quantitative Measurements of Pepsin in Gastric Juice before and after Histamin Stimulation
Production of Colds with Micrococcus Catarrhalis.—It has been suggested that a specific filterable virus is the etiologic factor responsible for colds. Ordinary bacteria are conceived to be merely secondary invaders
Pernicious Anemia
The Toxic Constituent of the Bile
Etiology of Acute Leukemias
Congenital Syphilis of the Thyroid Gland
Blood-stream Infections in Urology
Fracture of the Carpal Scaphoid
The Blood Supply of the Thyroid Gland with Special Reference to the Vascular System of the Cretin Goiter
Stab Wounds of the Spinal Cord
Extensive Resections of the Small Intestine
The Treatment of Actinomycosis with Small Doses of Tincture of Iodin
The Conservative Treatment of Glaucoma
The Beneficial Effect of Vitamin D (Irradiated Ergosterol) in Osteo-malacia of Adults
Immunity Induced by Superficial Cutaneous Applications
Malaria Treatment in Congenital Syphilis
Local Anesthesia in Operations for Hemorrhoids and Fissure of the Anus
The Treatment of Malaria with Plasmochin
The Premature Infant.—Clinical and Pathological Study
Cisterna Puncture during Childhood
The Healthy Carrier in Scarlet Fever
Heart Disease in School Children
The Prophylaxis of Measles
Summer Shortening of Incubation Time in Malarial Inoculation of Syphilis Patients
A Case of Chronic Relapsing Pseudodiphtheria of the Skin, Simulating Late Syphilis
On Reinfection with Experimental Syphilis, with Regard to the Quantity of the Spirochetes Used for Inoculation
A Clinical and Bichemical Study of Allergy
Operative Treatment of Uterine Myomata
Radical Operation for Cancer of the Cervix
Treatment of Gonorrhea in Women by Diathermy
A Classification of Deafness Based on the Effect of Deafness on Efficiency in Life
The Bacteriology and Clinical Course of Acute Suppurative Otitis Media, Acute Mastoiditis and their Complications
Dental Caries in Paranasal Sinus Infections
Roentgenologic Signs which Indicate Extension of Infection from the Ethmoid and Sphenoid Sinuses to the Base of the Skull
How and when the Mucous Membrane of the Maxillary Sinus Regenerates. An Experimental Study in the Dog
Apparatus for the Quantitative Testing of Air and Bone Transmitted Speech
Relation of Otolaryngologic Disease to Mental Disease
Radiotherapy in Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia
Studies of the Thymus
Treatment of the Thymus
Bone Changes in Leprosy
Roentgen Diagnosis and Treatment of Enlarged Symptomless Thymus
Ossification of the Costal Cartilages in Relation to Habitus and Disease
Roentgen-anatomical Studies of the Colon in Tuberculous Patients
Iodized Oil in Roentgenology
The Inverted Cecum
Radium Therapy of Cancer at the Radium Institute of Paris
The Freeing of the Teacher
Sodium Bromid Therapy in Functional and Organic Psychoses
The Treatment of Schizophrenia
Metaplasia of Basal Cells in the Ducts of the Pancreas
Siderosis of the Globus Pallidus
Diffuse Obliterating Endarteritis of Unknown Etiology
The Influence of Fatigue on the Exchange of Water in the Body
The Progressive Anemia following a Single Intramarrow Injection of Bacillus Welcliii Toxins
A Special Study of the Vision of School Children
A Series of Typhoid Fever Cases Infected per Rectum
On the Significance of Spleens Palpable on Deep Inspiration in the Measurement of Malaria
The Incubation Period of Poliomyelitis
“Food Poisoning” Produced in Monkeys by Feeding Live Salmonella Cultures
Infection of Laboratory Worker with Bacillus Influenza
A Comparison of the Composition of Pancreatic Juice and of Blood Serum under Experimental Conditions
Extra Ocular Reflexes
The Comparative Molecular Concentrations of Glomerular Fluid and Plasma in Frog and Necturus