Progressive Medicine, Volume 2

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Hobart Amory Hare
Lea Bros, 1906 - Medicine
A quarterly digest of advances, discoveries, and improvements in the medical and surgical sciences.

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Page 10 - Progressive Medicine: A Quarterly Digest of Advances, Discoveries and Improvements in the Medical and Surgical Sciences. Edited by Hobart...
Page 233 - Diseases of the Blood, Diathetic and Metabolic Diseases, Diseases of the Spleen, Thyroid Gland and Lymphatic System, by Alfred Stengel, MD ; Ophthalmology, by Edward Jackson, MD PROGRESSIVE MEDICINE, Vol.
Page 11 - Medica in the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia ; Physician to the Jefferson Medical College Hospital ; one time Clinical Professor of Diseases of Children in the University of Pennsylvania ; Member of the Association of American Physicians, etc., assisted by...
Page 149 - Transplanted fetal tissues do not reproduce the stage of development at which they are transplanted, but tend to reproduce the ultimate stage of their normal development.
Page 178 - In a much smaller number of cases of deep-seated tumors, chiefly cancer of the breast and glandular sarcoma, tumors have disappeared under prolonged X-ray treatment. In nearly every one of these cases, however, that has been carefully traced to final result, there has been a local or general return...
Page 75 - ... and which usually shows evidences of cicatrization in some part of its extent. The diseased area is a thick, milky-white patch, easily identified from without the gastric or duodenal wall. In the stomach it involves the pyloric portion in the great majority of cases; it is frequently saddle-shaped, riding the lesser curvature, and extending flap-like down the anterior and posterior walls. In such cases the pyloric portion beyond is usually thickened and gives rise to more or less obstruction,...
Page 148 - ... retain their own peculiar character, and produce nodules analogous to dermoid cysts or more complicated teratomata. 2. In no case has any epithelium of a highly differentiated function been seen to maintain its power of growth or to proliferate. 3. The "potentiality of growth " is greater in the case of fetal than it is in that of adult tissues.

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