Q FEVER—A REVIEW OF CURRENT KNOWLEDGE*
CLINICAL ASPECTS OF Q FEVER IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA; A STUDY OF 80 HOSPITALIZED CASES*
COUGH AS A SYMPTOM OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE*
PREVENTION OF RECURRENCES IN PEPTIC ULCER*
VISCERAL THROMBOPHLEBITIS MIGRANS*
THE CONDITIONED REFLEX TREATMENT OF CHRONIC ALCOHOLISM. X. AN ANALYSIS OF 3125 ADMISSIONS OVER A PERIOD OF TEN AND A HALF YEARS*
LIVER FUNCTION AND SERUM PROTEIN STRUCTURE IN GOUT*
TRANSIENT “0” DIASTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE (INDIRECT) IN THE UPPER EXTREMITIES*
INTERMITTENT DOSAGE SCHEDULES OF STREPTOMYCIN WITH RESULTANT PROLONGED SENSITIVITY OF M. TUBERCULOSIS *
RECENT ADVANCES IN THE STUDY OF ARTERIOSCLEROSIS*
CARONAMIDE* AND PENICILLIN IN SUBACUTE BACTERIAL ENDOCARDITIS DUE TO STREPTOCOCCUS FAECALIS†
COLD HEMAGGLUTINATION IN PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE*
DYSPHAGIA AND MITRAL VALVE DEFORMITY*
POLYARTERITIS NODOSA: A REPORT OF AN UNUSUAL CASE*
HYPERPARATHYROIDISM—SIMULATING PAGET'S DISEASE*
COLD AUTOHEMOLYSIS ASSOCIATED WITH RAYNAUD'S SYNDROME: REPORT OF CASE*
NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF LEPROSY
Hematology.
Clinical Aspects and Treatment of Surgical Infections.
Handbook of Communicable Diseases.
Diseases of the Chest, Described for Students and Practitioners.
Synopsis of Pediatrics.
Intestinal Obstructions.
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