THE RÔLE OF GONADAL AND ADRENAL CORTICAL HORMONES IN THE PRODUCTION OF EDEMA*†
DILANTIN SODIUM: ITS INFLUENCE ON CONDUCT AND ON PSYCHOMETRIC RATINGS OF INSTITUTIONALIZED EPILEPTICS*
THE BLOOD SEDIMENTATION TEST AS A ROUTINE DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE; A CLINICAL EVALUATION OF 2063 CASES*
THE IMPORTANCE OF ALLOWING TIME FOR "PHYSIOLOGICAL ADJUSTMENT" IN ESTABLISHING THE DIET IN DIABETES*
PULMONARY EMPHYSEMA; A STUDY OF ITS RELATION TO THE HEART AND PULMONARY ARTERIAL SYSTEM*
THE DIAGNOSTIC VALUE OF REGRESSION OF SECONDARY SEXUAL CHARACTERISTICS IN CASES OF HEMOCHROMATOSIS*
ANOREXIA NERVOSA*
EMOTIONS AND BODILY CHANGES; A REPORT OF SOME RECENT PSYCHOSOMATIC STUDIES*
MUCOUS COLITIS: A DELINEATION OF THE SYNDROME WITH CERTAIN OBSERVATIONS ON ITS MECHANISM AND ON THE RÔLE OF EMOTIONAL TENSION AS A PRECIPITATING FACTOR*
TUBERCULOSIS AMONG STUDENTS AND GRADUATES IN NURSING*
ARTERIAL OXYGEN SATURATION IN CIRRHOSIS OF THE LIVER*
A STUDY OF THE ACUTE LEUKOSES*
HEREDITARY ANGIONEUROTIC EDEMA*
TREATMENT OF UNDULANT FEVER WITH SULPHANILAMIDE; CASE REPORT*
FATAL "CONSTRICTIVE" PERICARDITIS DUE TO ISOLATED SUPPURATIVE PERICARDITIS THE RESULT OF INFECTED ABORTION; CASE REPORT*
THE ABSORPTION AND EXCRETION OF IRON
The Building of a Nation's Health.
Fundamentals of Internal Medicine.
Immune-Blood Therapy of Tuberculosis.
The Newer Knowledge of Nutrition.
POSTGRADUATE COURSES ARRANGED BY THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS