A COMPARISON OF THE METABOLIC EFFECTS OF ISOCALORIC MEALS OF VARYING COMPOSITION, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PREVENTION OF POSTPRANDIAL HYPOGLYCEMIC SYMPTOMS*
THE PROBLEMS OF THE INTERNIST IN THE NAVY*
MEDICAL CARE OF AVIATION PERSONNEL*
PEPTIC ULCER IN THE UNITED STATES NAVY*
MILITARY NEUROPSYCHIATRY IN THE PRESENT WAR*
PSYCHONEUROSES IN WAR TIME*
THE TREATMENT OF FUNCTIONAL GASTROINTESTINAL DISTURBANCES OF NEUROPSYCHIATRY ORIGIN*
FEVER THERAPY*
THE RELATION OF THE CARRIER TO EPIDEMIC MENINGITIS*
CARCINOMA OF THE LUNG; A REVIEW OF 31 PROVED CASES AT THE PHILADELPHIA NAVAL HOSPITAL*
PROBLEMS OF FLUID BALANCE IN THE TRAUMATIZED PATIENT*
THE RELATION OF THE CRUSH SYNDROME TO THAT OF BURNS AND OTHER TYPES OF TRAUMATIC WOUNDS OF HUMAN TISSUES*
35 MM. FILMS IN DIAGNOSIS OF CHEST CONDITIONS*
ACUTE NEPHRITIS AND THE EFFECT OF SULFONAMIDES ON THE KIDNEYS*
MEDICAL ASPECTS OF HIGH ALTITUDE FLIGHT*
THE PRESENT STATUS OF CLINICAL ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY*
OBSERVATIONS ON IMMUNITY IN MUMPS*
THE COLLEGE AND THE WAR*
Synopsis of Ano-Rectal Diseases.
Infant Nutrition.
Essentials of Gynecology.
ADDITIONAL A. C. P. MEMBERS IN THE ARMED FORCES