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EXPERIMENTAL CANCER RESEARCH*
STUDIES OF DISEASES OF THE LYMPHOID AND MYELOID TISSUES. II. PLASMATOCYTOMATA AND THEIR RELATION TO MULTIPLE MYELOMATA
CALCIUM AND PARATHYROID THERAPY IN CHRONIC ULCERATIVE COLITIS
STAPHYLOCOCCUS SEPTICEMIA
THE INVOLVEMENT OF THE CORONARY ARTERIES IN ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER
LOW-VOLTAGE T WAVES IN THE ELECTROCARDIOGRAM*
THE HEMOGLOBIN CONTENT, VOLUME AND THICKNESS OF THE RED BLOOD CORPUSCLE IN PERNICIOUS ANEMIA AND SPRUE, AND THE CHANGES ASSOCIATED WITH LIVER THERAPY
HUMAN ELLIPTICAL ERYTHROCYTES
THE PROGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE OF THE LEUKOCYTE COUNT IN PNEUMONIA OF CHILDREN
LEUKEMOID BLOOD PICTURE IN PSEUDOMUCINOUS CYST AND PAPILLARY ADENOMA OF THE OVARY
PANCREATITIS COMPLICATING MUMPS
SPLENOMEGALY AND HEPATIC ENLARGEMENT IN HEREDITARY HEMORRHAGIC TELANGIECTASIS
WILLIAM STEWART HALSTED, SURGEON. By W. G. MACCALLUM. Introduction by DR. W. H. WELCH. Pp. 240; 18 illustrations. Baltimore
OXFORD MONOGRAPHS ON DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT. Edited by HENRY A. CHRISTIAN, M.D., SC.D., LL.D., Hersey Professor of the Theory and Practice of Physics, Harvard University. Ten volumes (nine of which have appeared). New York
INTESTINAL TOXEMIA. BIOLOGICALLY CONSIDERED. By ANTHONY BASSLER, M.D., F.A.C.P. Pp. 433; 16 illustrations. Philadelphia
A TEXTBOOK OF MEDICINE. By RUSSELL L. CECIL, A.B., M.D., SC.D. Associate Editor for Diseases of the Nervous System, FOSTER KENNEDY, M.D., F.R.S.E. Pp. 1592. Second edition. Philadelphia
A BRIEF HISTORY OF MEDICINE IN MASSACHUSETTS. By HENRY R. VIETS, M.D. Pp. 194; 8 illustrations. Boston
LEGAL MEDICINE AND TOXICOLOGY. By RALPH W. WEBSTER, M.D., PH.D. Pp. 862; 47 illustrations. Philadelphia
NEW EDITIONS
A Comparative Study of Hemolytic Streptococci from Patients Convalescent form Scarlet Fever — KIRKBRIDE, WHEELER and WEST (J. Infect. Dis., 1930, 47, 16)
Undulant Fever (Brucelliasis). — SIMPSON (Ann. Inter. Med., 1930, 4, 238)
The Anatomical Result of Periarterial Sympathectomy — BLAIR, DOFF and BINGHAM (Brit. J. Surg., 1930, 18, 215)
The Mixed Tumors of the Salivary Glands — PETTY (Brit. J. Surg., 1930, 18, 241)
Indications and Contraindications for Nephrectomy in Renal Tuberculosis — SPITZER (J. Urol., 1930, 24, 469)
The Influence of Standardized Extracts of Thymus and of Spleen on Basal Metabolism — SCHNEIDER and NITSCHKE (Klin. Wchnschr., 1930, 9, 1489)
The Treatment of Postencephalitic Manifestations with Harmin Alkaloid — FRANK and SCHLESINGER (Klin, Wchnschr., 1930, 9, 1864)
The Cholesterol and Bilirubin Contents of the Blood of Mother and Child — HINGLAIS and GOVAERTS (Gynec. et obstet., 1930, 22, 137)
Strychnin Poisoning in Children — AIKMAN (J. Am. Med. Assn., 1930, 95, 1665)
The Problem of Early Genital Lesions — WENGER, SURGEON and PROSKE (Am. J. Syph., 1930, 14, 313)
Tuberculous Salpingitis — JAMESON (Am. Review of Tuberculosis., 1930, 22, 72)
Postmenopausal Bleeding — TE LINDE (South. Med. J., 1930, 23, 571)
The Treatment of Ocular Tuberculosis by Means of Roentgen Rays — URBANEK, J. (Brit. J. Actinotherapy., 1930, 5, No. 8, 169)
The Incidence of Bacteria in 400 Tonsil Cultures — COBE (J. Infect. Dis., 1930, 46, 298)
The Interpretation of Sinus Roentgenograms — GRIER (Am. J. Roent. and Rad. Ther., 1930, 24, 21)
Roentgen Ray Findings in Erythroblastic Anemia — MANDEVILLE (Radiology, 1930, 15, 72)
Pineal Cysts
Postencephalitic Parkinsonism With Psychosis — ALPERS (J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., 1930, 72, 257)
The Boltz (Acetic-anhydrid) Test in Cerebrospinal Fluid — THOMAS (J. Ment. Sci., 1930, 76, 271)
Multiple Gummas of the Heart in the Newborn — WILLIAMS (Am. J. Path., 1930, 6, 573)
The Significance of the Muscular “Stroma” of Argentaffin Tumors (Carcinoids) — MASSON (Am. J. Path., 1930, 6, 499)
Anterior Poliomyelitis in Massachusetts, 1907–1929 — FORSBECK and LUTHER (Boston Med. and Surg. J., 1930, 203, 1115)
The Influence of Ultraviolet Radiation on the Weight of Adult Rabbits, Normal and Syphilitic — HARNES (J. Exper. Med., 1930, 52, 253)
THE PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF PHILADELPHIA
Certain Immunologic Studies in Insulin Sensitivity — W. G. KARR. W. A. KREDLER, C. W. SCULL, O. H. PETTY (from the Laboratory of Physiologic Chemistry, Graduate School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania)
The Effect of Narcotics (Urethanes) on Permeability of the Living Cells to Water — BALDUIN LUCKÉ (from the Department of Pathology, University of Pennsylvania)
The Relief of Milk Anemia by Amino Acids — D. L. DRABKIN and H. K. MILLER (from the Department of Physiologic Chemistry, School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia)
The Effect of “Folliculin” on the Motility of the Uterus in Vivo — S. R. M. REYNOLDS (from the Department of Physiology, University of Pennsylvania)