THE WORK OF THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT DURING THE WAR
THE NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL
THE STATUS OF AMEBIC DYSENTERY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT
OTITIS MEDIA
DOUBTS, DIFFERENCES AND DIFFICULTIES IN DIAGNOSIS OF GASTRO-INTESTINAL DISEASES
SOME FACTS AND FALLACIES RELATING TO MATKRNAL FEEDING OF INFANTS
TUV, PREVALENCE OK AMEBA, CERCOMONAS INTESTINALIS-HOMINIS, AND PELLAGROUS INFECTIONS IN THE SOUTH—'THE RESPONSIBILITY RESTING ON NATION AND STATE; SUGGESTIONS AS TO MEANS OP CONTROL
On the Ingestion of Erythrocytes by Pentatrichomonas Sp. Found hi a Case of Dysentery
Comparatire Prognosis of tnbereulous Lesions of Right and Left Lung: report of Fire Hundred Cases
SOME PROBLEMS IN THE CONTROL OF THE ACUTE INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN THE ARMY
SOME PROBLEMS IN THE CONTROL OF THE ACUTE INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN THE ARMY
A SANITARY SOCIAL SERVICE BASED ON EXPERIENCE WITH THE BUREAU OF VENEREAL DISEASES
RAILWAY, INDUSTRIAL, GYNECOLOGICAL, OBSTETRICAL AND UROLOGICAL : LESSONS FROM THE WAR
THE MEDICAL PROFESSION IN THE WAR; ITS SACRIFICES AND COMPENSATIONS: HUMANITY'S GAINS
FRACTURE OF THE LOWER END OF THE HUMERUS
A NEW OPERATION FOR SUSPENSION OF THE UTERUS
SCIENTIFIC TEAM WORK IN DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF DISEASES OF THE EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
TEAM WORK IN PRACTICE OF OTOLARYNGOLOGY
Eye,Ear,Nose and Throat
Funlly Cranio-Spinal Form and Alignment, and the Eyes
THE DENTISTS AND FOCAL INFECTIONS
ROCKEFELLER'S MILLIONS FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION AND PUBLIC HEALTH
SENATOR MEYERS' ANTI-VIVISECTION BILL
THE PASSING OF SIR WILLIAM OSLER
HOW SOUTHERN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION MEMBERS MAY HELP THEIR ASSOCIATION AND JOURNAL
Southern Medical News