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The following studies were commenced nearly three years ago, the end in view at that time being to ascertain, if possible, the effect induced on gastric function by a simple, mechanical narrowing of… (More)
The nitrogen-containing crystalloids of blood have interested physiologists and clinicians for almost a century and in some respects the questions at issue are but little clearer to-day than in the… (More)
The commonest complication in diabetes is infection in various forms. Some of these infections belong in the realm of surgery, and require operations. The mortality in these cases has been very high… (More)
Some may recall what a simple matter the arrangement of a diabetic diet used to be. It was built up on the "can take" and "cannot take" principle. Occasionally even now some patient will exhibit a… (More)
When Bright noted an increase of urea in the blood and fluids of patients with severe nephritis and gave the name uremia to a group of symptoms likely to develop with these cases, he believed urea to… (More)
Obstruction at the pylorus was induced in dogs with Pawlow double stomachs, by passing a silver band around the pylorus and regulating the constriction so as to narrow but not entirely occlude the… (More)