HYPERTENSION ELECTROCARDIOGRAMS EXPERIMENTALLY PRODUCED AND ANATOMICALLY EXPLAINED
HYPERTENSION ELECTROCARDIOGRAMS EXPERIMENTALLY PRODUCED AND ANATOMICALLY EXPLAINED
STUDIES ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF POTENTIAL CONCERNED IN THE FORMATION OF ELECTROCARDIOGRAMS
A CLINICO-PATHOLOGIC CORRELATION BETWEEN HEPATIC DAMAGE AND THE PLASMA PROTHROMBIN CONCENTRATION
PLASMA AMINO—ACID LEVELS IN HEALTH AND IN MEASLES, SCARLET FEVER AND PNEUMONIA
EOSINOPHILIC GRANULOMA AND CERTAIN OTHER RETICULOENDOTHELIAL HYPERPLASIAS OF BONE
THE TOXICITY OF FLUORINE IN DICALCIUM PHOSPHATE
THE RESPIRATION IN MYASTHENIA GRAVIS
THE INTESTINE AND CHRONIC ARTHRITIS
THE AMOUNT OF IODINE IN THE BLOOD AND URINE IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETES INSIPIDUS
STUDIES OF THE EXPECTORANT ACTION OF IODIDES
THE DIAGNOSTIC VALUE OP THE TAKATA-ARA REACTION
ACTIVATED STEROLS AND CALCIUM SALTS IN TREATMENT OF PARATHYROID TETANY
USE OF SULFATHIAZOLE IN INFECTIOUS MONONUCLEOSIS
AN IMPROVED METHOD OF OBTAINING SUSTAINED CONTROLLED HYPERPYREXIA WITH TRIPLE TYPHOID VACCINE
CLINICAL VALUE OF DIGITALIS IN HYPERTENSIVE HEART FAILURE
CLINICAL VALUE OP DIGITALIS IN HYPERTENSIVE HEART FAILURE
Clinical Hematology
Methods of Treatment in Postencephalitic Parkinsonism
Laboratory Diagnosis of Protozoan Diseases
William Henry Welch and the Heroic Age of American Medicine
Psychiatry in Medical Education
The Doctors Mayo
The Blood Bank and the Technique and Therapeutics of Transfusions
Physical Medicine
From Infancy through Childhood
Diabetes Mellitus
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WHAT THE U. S. PHARMACOPŒ;IA XII MEANS TO THE PHYSICIAN
THE RÔLE OF ROENTGENOLOGIC EXAMINATION IN DIAGNOSIS
THE PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF PHILADELPHIA