PATHOGENESIS OF RHEUMATIC FEVER*
USE OF ESTROGENS IN MEDICINE*
A NOTE ON CORONARY OCCLUSION AND MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION FOUND POST MORTEM AT THE MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL DURING THE TWENTY YEAR PERIOD FROM 1926 TO 1945 INCLUSIVE*
EFFECT OF INTRAVENOUSLY ADMINISTERED OXYGEN ON SYMPTOMS AND VITAL CAPACITY IN BRONCHIAL ASTHMA*
PATHOGENESIS OF COCCIDIOIDOMYCOSIS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PULMONARY CAVITATION*
THE TREATMENT OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN SPOTTED FEVER WITH CHLOROMYCETIN*
PSYCHOANALYSIS*
ESSENTIAL FAMILIAL HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMI*
SUBJECTIVE MANIFESTATIONS OF THE HYPERACTIVE CAROTID SINUS REFLEX*
PENICILLIN TREATMENT OF STREPTOCOCCAL PHARYNGITIS*
RENAL DWARFISM WITH HYPERPARATHYROIDISM IN A CASE OF CONGENITAL FAMILIAL MALFORMATION OF THE KIDNEYS*
THIOURACIL IN ACUTE THYROIDITIS*
ANTERIOR PITUITARY INSUFFICIENCY (PANHYPOPITUITARISM—SIMMONDS' DISEASE), PITUITARY MYXEDEMA AND CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE (MYXEDEMA HEART); REPORT OF CASE AND FINDINGS AT NECROPSY*
SOME SPECIFIC ANTIMALARIAL DRUGS
Brief Psychotherapy: A Handbook for Physicians on the Clinical Aspects of Neuroses.
Medical Writing: The Technic and the Art.
The Contemporary American Family.
The Development of Inhalation Anesthesia (with Special Reference to the Years 1846-1900).
A.C.P. POSTGRADUATE COURSES, AUTUMN 1948