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PATHOLOGIC AND IMMUNOLOGIC PROBLEMS IN THE VIRUS FIELD.*
THE SEROLOGIC CLASSIFICATION OF HEMOLYTIC STREPTOCOCCI IN RELATION TO EPIDEMIOLOGIC PROBLEMS.*
ACUTE VASOSPASTIC HYPERTENSION. A CASE WITH SINGS OF CEREBRAL IRRITATION AND SEVERE RETINITIS WITH REMISSION
A SUGGESTION FOR SIMPLE TREATMENT OF ACUTE ARTERIAL SPASM
A STUDY OF THE VENOUS BLOOD PRESSURE IN SOME COMMON DISEASES
THE DEMONSTRATION OF COLLATERAL VENOUS CIRCULATION IN THE ABDOMINAL WALL BY MEANS OF INFRA-RED PHOTOGRAPHY
STUDIES OF PERIPHERAL VASCULAR PHENOMENA. IV. THE EFFECT OF ARTIFICIAL FEVER ON THE PULSE VOLUME CHANGES OF THE FINGER
METABOLIC RATES IN THERAPEUTIC FEVER
A STUDY OF THE COAGULATION DEFECT IN HEMOPHILIA AND IN JAUNDICE.*
GAUCHER'S DISEASE OF LATE ONSET WITH KIDNEY INVOLVEMENT AND HUGE SPLEEN.*
HYPERPARATHYROIDISM WITH RENAL INSUFFICIENCY
PELLAGRA. AN ANALYSIS OF CASES ADMITTED TO THE PENNSYLVANIA HOSPITAL SINCE 1922
THE PSYCHOLOGIC BACKGROUND OF COLITIS.*
THE COMMON DENOMINATOR OF DISEASE.*
CLINICAL TUBERCULOSIS, in two VOlumes. Edited by BENJAMIN GOLDBERG, M.D., F.A.C.P., F.A.P.H.A., Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Illinois College of Medicine; Honorary Professor of Medicine, National University of Mexico; formerly Director of the City of Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium. With the Collaboration of 33 Contributors. Pp. 1580; 640 illustrations and 9 color plates. Philadelphia
THE STORY OF MEDICINE IN THE MIDDLE AGES. By DAVID RIESMAN, M.D.Sc. D., Professor of the History of Medicine and Professor Emeritus of Clinical Medicine, University of Pennsylvania; Member, History of Science Society and Medieval Academy of America. Pp. 402; illustrated. New York
A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE POEM SYPHILIS SIVE MORBUS GALLICUS, by GIROLAMO FRACASTORO OF VERONA. By LEONA BAUMGARTNER and JOHN F. FULTON. Pp. 157; 9 illustrations. New Haven
THE WOMAN ASKS THE DOCTOR. By EMIL NOVAK, M.D., F.A.C.S., HONORARY D.Sc. (DUBLIN), Associate in Gynecology, Johns Hopkins Medical School; Former Vice-President American Gynecological Society. Pp. 189. Baltimore
CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF SYPHILIS. By ALVIN RUSSELL HARNES, M.D., Chief of Congenital Luetic Clinic, New York Hospital. Pp. 71; illustrated. New York
THE DOCTOR'S BILL. By HUGH CABOT. With an Introduction by A. LAWRENCE LOWELL. Pp. 313. New York
NEW BOOKS
THE FEMALE URINARY ORGANS
THE TREATMENT OF SYPHILIS BY INDUCED FEVER. APPLICABILITY, CURRENT METHODS, RESULTS