REITER'S DISEASE; REPORT OF FIVE CASES INCLUDING TWO SUCCESSFULLY TREATED WITH HYPERTHERMIA*
HISTOPLASMIN AND TUBERCULIN SENSITIVITY IN RELATION TO PULMONARY CALCIFICATIONS AMONG UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN STUDENTS*
THORACIC STOMACH PRODUCED BY ESOPHAGEAL HIATUS HERNIA AND CONGENITAL SHORT ESOPHAGUS*
THE MANAGEMENT OF DESTRUCTIVE ARTHRITIS OF THE HIP BY MEANS OF INTRAVENOUS PROCAINE*
VITAMIN E IN HEART DISEASE*
STUDIES ON EXPERIMENTAL PHOSGENE POISONING V. INFUSIONS IN THE TREATMENT OF EXPERIMENTAL PHOSGENE POISONING*
CAROTID ARTERY THROMBOSIS: REPORT OF EIGHT CASES DUE TO TRAUMA*
MASSIVE DOSAGE OF PENICILLIN ADMINISTERED BY CONTINUOUS INTRAMUSCULAR INFUSION*
THE TREATMENT OF ANGINA PECTORIS WITH PROPYLTHIOURACIL*
CHRONIC MELIOIDOSIS: DISCUSSION, CASE REPORT, AND SPECIAL STUDIES*
MULTIPLE MYELOMA WITH SPINAL CORD COMPRESSION AS THE INITIAL FINDING*
A CASE OF INFECTIOUS MONONUCLEOSIS WITH ATYPICAL PNEUMONIA*
Q FEVER: CASE TREATED WITH STREPTOMYCIN*
THE MECHANISM OF THE CRISES IN FAMILIAL HEMOLYTIC JAUNDICE
Treatment of Bronchial Asthma.
War Neuroses.
Headache.
Diseases of the Skin.
Cancer: Diagnosis, Treatment and Prognosis.
THE SAN FRANCISCO ANNUAL SESSION