THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ACUTE RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS CONDITIONED BY SULFONAMIDES. : I. GENERAL CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS*
THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ACUTE RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS CONDITIONED BY SULFONAMIDES. : II. GROSS ALTERATIONS IN THE NASOPHARYNGEAL FLORA ASSOCIATED WITH TREATMENT*
THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ACUTE RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS CONDITIONED BY SULFONAMIDES. : III. EFFECTS OF TREATMENT ON THE ORGANISM AND CARRIER OF DIPHTHERIA*
THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ACUTE RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS CONDITIONED BY SULFONAMIDES. : IV. TRENDS IN PNEUMOCOCCAL TYPES INITIATED BY DRUG TREATMENT*
NOTES ON 250 CASES OF SUBACUTE BACTERIAL (STREPTOCOCCAL) ENDOCARDITIS STUDIED AND TREATED BETWEEN 1927 AND 1939*
NOTES ON THE TREATMENT OF SUBACUTE BACTERIAL ENDOCARDITIS ENCOUNTERED IN 88 CASES AT THE MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL DURING THE SIX YEAR PERIOD 1939 TO 1944 (INCLUSIVE)*
OBSERVATIONS ON THE TREATMENT OF SUBACUTE BACTERIAL (STREPTOCOCCAL) ENDOCARDITIS SINCE 1939*
A CLINICAL STUDY OF RHEUMATIC PERITONITIS*
THE SYNDROME OF PRECOCIOUS PUBERTY, FIBROCYSTIC BONE DISEASE AND PIGMENTATION OF THE SKIN: ELEVEN YEARS' OBSERVATION OF A CASE*
INFECTIOUS MONONUCLEOSIS: A CASE FOLLOWING A SKIN ABRASION ON THE RIGHT LEG, AND INVOLVING ONLY THE RIGHT INGUINAL LYMPH NODES*
A CASE OF TETRALOGY OF FALLOT WITH VERRUCOSE ENDOCARDITIS*
ANOTHER CASE OF INTESTINAL MYIASIS*
TREATMENT OF SUBACUTE BACTERIAL ENDOCARDITIS
Chemistry and Physiology of the Vitamins.
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