Herbert L. Celler

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It must be assumed that some cause is operative in certain cases preventing the healing of defects in the gastric mucosa and is inoperative in others. Even though anhemolytic streptococci are present in practically all gastric ulcers, we cannot convince ourselves that these organisms have been proven as yet to be the factor which either initiates the(More)
Since the publication by Wilks in Guy's Hospital Reports for I877 of a case presenting the clinical features of bulbar paralysis, yet without any demonstrable lesions at autopsy, our clinical knowledge of this condition has been enriched by the publication of a fairly numerous series of similar cases. Various mental, sensory, secretory and vasomotor(More)
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