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NARCOTICS IN THE TREATMENT OF COUGHING
To the Editor: —Apropos of Dr. Hatcher's instructive article (The Journal, April 25, p. 1383), irritation of Arnold's branch to the ear is by no means a rare cause of obstinate coughing. Aside fromExpand
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BLEPHARITIS: ETIOLOGY AND TREATMENT
The field of the disease indicated in the title is limited today to acute or chronic inflammations of the palpebral or ciliary margin. The anatomy of this region is of great importance in theExpand
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L'Extraction capsulo-lenticulaire de la cataracte.
This truly monumental work by the Toulouse eye surgeon is, as indicated in the title, a report on the complete or intracapsular removal of the cataractous lens. But it is much more. With aExpand
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The Nerve-Head in Wood-Alcohol Amaurosis.
  • P. Fridenberg
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  • Transactions of the American Ophthalmological…
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BLUE SCLEROTICS ASSOCIATED WITH BRITTLE BONES: REPORT OF A CASE IN A CHILD TWO YEARS OLD
Blue-tinged sclerotics are not infrequently seen in infants and young children. In tuberculous patients also such a blue tinge may occasionally be noted. Congenital heart disease with marked cyanosisExpand
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THE GRAVES SYNDROME
To the Editor: —Under this heading an editorial (The Journal, Dec. 27, 1930) contains the following: "The relation of the psyche to the development of the Graves syndrome is shown in the rarity ofExpand
EVACUATION AND DEPLETION OF THE TYMPANIC CAVITY AS AIDS TO DRAINAGE IN ACUTE MIDDLE-EAR SUPPURATION.
Notwithstanding the numerous advances in pathology and surgical technic which have, as it were, crystallized into a definite form represented by the modern simple mastoid and radical operations, theExpand
The Patient and the Weather.
In the preceding volumes of this exhaustive monograph the author presented disease-dysfunction-disintegration-organic alteration (pathologic change) as a problem from which the factor of environmentExpand