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1940 - Volume 66

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Harvey Cushing (1869-1939). — 1940, 66: 1


Albright, F., Consolazio, W.V., Coombs, F.S., Sulkowitch, H.W., and Talbott, J.H.
Metabolic studies and therapy in a case of nephrocalcinosis with rickets and dwarfism. — 1940, 66: 7


Keeney, E.L.
The medical and surgical treatment of severe bronchial asthma. — 1940, 66: 34


Harvey, A.M.
The action of quinine methochloride on neuromuscular transmission. — 1940, 66: 52


Lewis, W.H.
On the chromosomal nature of nucleoli. — 1940, 66: 60


Gemmill, C.L.
The effect of stimulation on the fat and carbohydrate content of the gastrocnemius muscle in the phlorizinized rat. — 1940, 66: 71


Brown, W.H., and Dippel, A.L.
The uses and limitations of soft tissue roentgenography in placenta praevia and in certain obstetrical conditions. — 1940, 66: 90


Rich, A.R., and Follis, R.H., Jr.
Studies on the site of sensitivity in the Arthus phenomenon. — 1940, 66: 106


Florman, A.L., and Hafkenschiel, J.
The eastern variety of Rocky Mountain spotted fever. — 1940, 66: 123


Speert, H.
The placental transmission of sulfanilamide and its effects upon the fetus and newborn. — 1940, 66: 139


Taussig, H.B., and Semans, J.H.
Severe aortic insufficiency in association with a congenital malformation of the heart of the Eisenmenger type. — 1940, 66: 156


Gemmill, C.L., Gey, G.O., and Austrian, R.
The metabolism of tissue cultures of Walker rat sarcoma 319. — 1940, 66: 167


Rich, A.R., and Hamilton, J.D.
The experimental production of cirrhosis of the liver by means of a deficient diet. — 1940, 66: 185


Northrop, J.H.
Chemistry of the enzymes. — 1940, 66: 207


Gemmill, C.L.
The effect of insulin on the glycogen content of isolated muscles. — 1940, 66: 232


Follis, R.H., Jr.
Studies on the cellular response in the early stages of the tuberculin reaction. — 1940, 66: 245


Stafford, E.S.
Pseudo-thrombotic occlusion of the common femoral artery by cystic distension of the arterial wall. — 1940, 66: 253


Fisher, A.M., and Finney, C.G.
Lung abscess. Analysis of 88 cases. — 1940, 66: 263


Carnes, W.H., and Biskind, G.R.
The effect of testosterone propionate on the development of tuberculosis in the immature male guinea pig. — 1940, 66: 297


Haviland, J.W., and Long, P.H.
Skin, conjunctival and scleral reactions in the course of therapy with sulfathiazole. — 1940, 66: 313


Broyles, E.N.
Treatment of laryngeal papilloma in children with estrogenic hormone. Preliminary report. — 1940, 66: 319


Matthews, E., and Wood, W.B., Jr
Cardiac arrhythmia during Cheynes-Stokes respiration. — 1940, 66: 335


Hesser, F.H.
Hyperthrophia musculorum vera (dystrophia musculorum hyperplastica associated with hypothyroidism: a case study. — 1940, 66: 353


Hellman, L.M., Moore, W.T., and Shettles, L.B.
Factors influencing plasma prothrombin in the new born infant. III. A study of the vitamin K activity of various naphthohydroquinone derivatives. — 1940, 66: 379


Robinson, G.C.
The patient as a person. — 1940, 66: 390


Rosenfeld, M.
The native hormones of the posterior pituitary gland: the pressor and oxytocic principles. — 1940, 66: 398



1940 - Volume 67

Culp, O.S.
Postoperative venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolism. Analysis of 88 cases. — 1940, 67: 1


Lamont, A., Firor, W.M., and Shumacker, H.B., Jr.
The "lethal dose" of toxin in experimental tetanus. — 1940, 67: 25


Brooks, C.M., and Woolsey, C.N.
Placing and hopping reactions in relation to the electrically excitable "motor" areas of the cerebral cortex of the rabbit. — 1940, 67: 41


Pfund, A.H., and Gemmill, C.L.
An infra-red absorption method for quantitative analysis of respiratory and other gases. — 1940, 67: 61


Laughlin, R.C., Thomas, C.B., and Friedenwald, J.S.
The retinal arteries in experimental renal hypertension: the significance of localized caliber constriction. — 1940, 67: 79


Shumacker, H.B., Jr., Lamont, A., and Firor, W.M.
Toxin-antitoxin reactions in experimental tetanus. — 1940, 67: 92


Najjar, V.A., and Holt, L.E., Jr.
Studies in thiamin excretion. — 1940, 67: 107


Snider, R.S.
Functional studies following lesions of the cerebellar vermis involving the nucleus fastigii. — 1940, 67: 125


Snider, R.S.
Functional studies following lesions of the nucleus interpositus in the rabbit. — 1940, 67: 139


Marsahll, E.K., Jr., Bratton, A.C., White, H.J., and Litchfield, J.T., Jr.
Sulfanilylguanidine: a chemotherapeutic agent for intestinal infections. — 1940, 67: 163


Speert, H.
Gynecogenic action of desoxycorticosterone in the rhesus monkey. — 1940, 67: 189


Langworthy, O.R., and Hesser, F.H.
The innervation of blood vessels as observed in in the urinary bladder. — 1940, 67: 196


Follis, R.H., Jr.
The coronary arteries in relation to sudden death during anaesthesia. — 1940, 67: 211


Furstenberg, F.F., and Gay, L.N.
Observations on the ineffectiveness of oral administration of potassium chloride in various forms of allergy. — 1940, 67: 219


Kneeland, Y., Jr., and Smetana, H.F.
Current bronchopneumonia of unusual character and undetermined etiology. — 1940, 67: 229


Longcope, W.T.
Bronchopneumonia of unknown etiology (variety X). A report of thirty-two cases with two deaths. — 1940, 67: 268


Sherman, I.J.
The sickling phenomenon, with special reference to the differentiation of sickle cell anemia from the sickle cell trait. — 1940, 67: 309


Lewis, M.R.
Immunity in relation to 1:2:5:6-dibenzanthracene-induced sarcomata. — 1940, 67: 325


Thorn, G.W., Howard, R.P., and Dayman, H.
Electrolyte changes in pulmonary tuberculosis, with special reference to adrenal cortical function. — 1940, 67: 345


Klinefelter, H.F.
Chemotherapy of experimental E.coli infections in mice. — 1940, 67: 365


Futcher, T.B.
The distribution of pigmentation on the arm and thorax of man. — 1940, 67: 372


Wintrobe, M.M., Miller, J.L., Jr., and Lisco, H.
The relation of diet to the occurrence of ataxia and degeneration in the nervous system of pigs. — 1940, 67: 377


Corner, G.W.
The rate of secretion of estrogenic hormones by the ovaries of the monkey, macaca rhesus. — 1940, 67: 407


Speert, H.
Hyperplastic mammary nodules in the castrate female rhesus monkey. — 1940, 67: 414


Feinstone, W.H., Williams, Roger D., Wolff, R.T., Huntington, E., and Crossley, M.L.
The toxicity, absorption and chemotherapeutic activity of 2-sulfanilamidopyrimidine (sulfadiazine). — 1940, 67: 427


Fisher, A.M., and Bernstein, A.
March hemoglobinuria. A case report. — 1940, 67: 457



1941 - Volume 68

Lyman, R.S.
Eye movements in the electroenecephalogram. — 1941, 68: 1


Haviland, J.W.
Type I pneumococcal pneumonia. Clinico-immunological studies with special reference to the rationale of combined serum and drug therapy. — 1941, 68: 32


Gemmill, C.L., and Hamman, L., Jr.
The effect of insulin on glycogen deposition and on glucose utilization by isolated muscles. — 1941, 68: 50


Bodian, D., and Howe, H.A.
Neurotropism and the genesis of cerebral lesions in poliomyelitis: an experimental study. — 1941, 68: 58


Harvey, A.M., and Masland, R.L.
A method for the study of neuromuscular transmission in human subjects. — 1941, 68: 81


Marsahll, E.K., Jr., Bratton, A.C., Edwards, L.B., and Walker, E.
Sulfanilylguanidine in the treatment of acute bacillary dysentery in children. — 1941, 68: 94


Lamson, P.D.
John Jacob Abel : a portrait. — 1941, 68: 119


Maumenee, A.E., Hellman, L.M., and Shettles, L.B.
Factors influencing plasma prothrombin in the newborn infant. IV. The effect of antenatal administration of vitamin K on the incidence of retinal hemorrhage in the newborn. — 1941, 68: 158


King, A.B.
Visceral pain in case of situs inversus. — 1941, 68: 169


Gay, L.N., Curtis, H., and Norris, T.
A pollen survey of the islands of Bermuda. — 1941, 68: 179


Oppenheimer, E.H.
The lowering of blood uric acid by uricase injections. — 1941, 68: 190


Robinson, G.C.
"Personality disorders" causing digestive complaints. — 1941, 68: 203


Hills, R.G., and Weinberg, J.A.
Influence of estrin on callous formation. — 1941, 68: 238


Bodian, D., and Howe, H.A.
Experimental studies on intraneural spread of poliomyelitis virus. — 1941, 68: 248


Turner, T.B., and Diseker, T.H.
Duration of infectivity of Treponema pallidum in citrated blood stored under conditions obtaining in blood banks. — 1941, 68: 269


Howell, W.H.
Celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of Dr. William H. Howell's graduation from The Johns Hopkins University. — 1941, 68: 291


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Celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of Dr. William H. Howell's graduation from The Johns Hopkins University. — 1941, 68: 291


Ford, F.R., King, A., and Walsh, F.B.
Clinical observations on the pupillary phenomena resulting from regeneration of the third nerve with especial reference to the Argyll Robertson pupil. — 1941, 68: 309


Mayer, S., Jr.
Nephrocalcinosis and hypertension following hyperparathyroidism; terminal dissecting aneurysm. — 1941, 68: 319


Gemmill, C.L.
The effects of glucose and of insulin on the metabolism of the isolated diaphragm of the rat. — 1941, 68: 329


Higgins, W.H. III
Unusual ureteral extension of prostatic carcinoma. — 1941, 68: 337


Wearn, J.T.
Observations on the morphology and functions of some of the components of the coronary circuit. — 1941, 68: 353


Wearn, J.T.
Alterations in the heart accompanying growth and hypertrophy. — 1941, 68: 363


Josephs, H.W., Baber, M., and Conn, H.
Studies in vitamin A. Relation of blood level and adaptation to dim light to diet. — 1941, 68: 375


Hesser, F.H.
A result of contact with a 2400 volt circuit. Report of an unusual case. — 1941, 68: 388


Klein, A.
Multiple self-inflicted subcutaneous abscesses. Case report. — 1941, 68: 409


Bloch, O., Jr.
Loss of virulence of Treponema pallidum in citrated blood at 5°C. — 1941, 68: 412


Wilkins, R.W., and Eichna, L.W.
Blood flow to the forearm and calf. I. Vasomotor reactions: role of the sympathetic nervous system. — 1941, 68: 425


Eichna, L.W., and Wilkins, R.W.
Blood flow to the forearm and calf. II. Reactive hyperemia: factors influencing the blood flow during the vasodilatation following ischemia. — 1941, 68: 450


Wilkins, R.W., and Eichna, L.W.
Blood flow to the forearm and calf. III. The effect of changes in arterial pressure on the blood flow to limbs under controlled vasodilatation in normal and hypertensive subjects. — 1941, 68: 477


Eichna, L.W., and Wilkins, R.W.
Blood flow to the forearm and calf. IV. Thyroid activity: observations on the relation of blood flow to basal metabolic rate. — 1941, 68: 512


Alpert, L.K.
A rapid method for the determination of diodrast-iodine in blood and urine. — 1941, 68: 522


Rienhoff, W.F., Jr.
Changes induced in patients with hyperthyroidism by the oral administration of desiccated thyroid. — 1941, 68: 538



1941 - Volume 69

Harvey, A.M., and Masland, R.L.
The electromyogram in myasthenia gravis. — 1941, 69: 1


Bliss, E.A., and Long, P.H.
Observations of the mode of action of sulfanilamide. The antibacteriostatic action of methionine. — 1941, 69: 14


Corwin, W.C.
Studies on the chronic toxicity of sulfaguanidine (sulfanilylguanidine). — 1941, 69: 39


Reynolds, F.W.
The fate of Trepomena pallidum inoculated subcutaneously into immune rabbits. — 1941, 69: 53


Reeves, D.L.
Congenital absence of the septum pellucidum. A case diagnosed encephalographically and associated with congenital amaurosis. — 1941, 69: 61


Bodian, D., and Howe, H.A.
The rate of progression of poliomyelitis virus in nerves. — 1941, 69: 79


Howe, H.A., and Bodian, D.
The effect of spinal transection on the spread of poliomyelitis virus in the nervous system of the rhesus monkey. — 1941, 69: 86


Howe, H.A., and Bodian, D.
Refractoriness of nerve cells to poliomyelitis virus after interruption of their axones. — 1941, 69: 92


Bodian, D., and Howe, H.A.
The pathology of early arrested and non-paralytic poliomyelitis. — 1941, 69: 135


Howe, H.A., and Bodian, D.
Poliomyelitis in the chimpanzee: a clinical pathological study. — 1941, 69: 149


Howe, H.A., and Bodian, D.
Neuropathological evidence on the portal of entry problem in human poliomyelitis. — 1941, 69: 183


Pickrell, K.L.
A new treatment for burns. Preliminary report. — 1941, 69: 217


Evans, E.A., Jr.
Pyruvate oxidation and the citric acid cycle. — 1941, 69: 225


Stewart, W.A.
Electroencephalographic changes associated with different forms of experimentally produced increased intracranial pressure. — 1941, 69: 240


Barker, W.H., Stein, H.J, Miller, M.H., and Wintrobe, M.M.
Failure of pyridoxine (vitamin B6) to modify the parkinsonian syndrome. — 1941, 69: 266


Litchfield, J.T., Jr., and Fertig, J.W.
On a graphic solution of the dosage-effect curve. — 1941, 69: 276


Winkenwerder, W.L., Arbesman, C, Gay, L.N., and Eagle, H.
A comparison of ball-mill and Coca extracts of ragweed pollen in the treatment of hay-fever. — 1941, 69: 287


Long, P.H., Bliss, E.A., and Ott, E.
Studies on sulfadiazine. I. The chemotherapy of experimental haemolytic streptococcal, pneumococcal and staphylococcal infections in mice. — 1941, 69: 297


Trevett, G.I., Nelson, R.A., and Long, P.H.
Studies on sulfadiazine. II. The clinical use of sulfadiazine in the therapy of bacterial infections, other than pneumonia. — 1941, 69: 303


Billings, F.T., Jr., and Wood, W.B., Jr
Studies on sulfadiazine. III. The use of sulfadiazine in the treatment of pneumococcal pneumonia. — 1941, 69: 314


Price, P.B., Hanlon, C.R., Longmire, W.P., and Metcalf, W.
Experimental shock. I. Effects of acute hemorrhage in healthy dogs. — 1941, 69: 327


Whitehead, H.G.
Results of artificial pneumothorax therapy in pulmonary tuberculosis. — 1941, 69: 363


Blackman, S.S., Jr., Goodwin, W.E., and Buell, M.V.
On the relation between the concentration of total protein and of globulin in the urine and the pathogenesis of certain renal lesions in Bright's disease. — 1941, 69: 397


Thorn, G.W., and Tierney, N.A.
Myasthenia gravis complicated by thyrotoxicosis: creatine studies. Case report. — 1941, 69: 469


Najjar, V.A., and Holt, L.E., Jr.
A riboflavin excretion test as a measure of riboflavin deficiency in man. — 1941, 69: 476


Keeney, E.L., Sunday, S., Gay, L.N., and Lynch, K.
Poison ivy dermatitis. I. The diagnostic value of the patch test made with an ether extract from fresh leaves and stems of the poison ivy plant. — 1941, 69: 482


Wilkins, L., Fleischman, W., and Howard, J.E.
Creatinuria induced by methyl testosterone in the treatment of dwarfed boys and girls. — 1941, 69: 493


Ragan, C., and Bordley, J., III
The accuracy of clinical measurements of arterial blood pressure. With a note on the auscultatory gap. — 1941, 69: 504


Harvey, A.M., Lilienthal, J.L., Jr., and Talbot, S.A.
On the effects of the intra-arterial injection of acetylcholine ad prostigmine in normal man. — 1941, 69: 529


Harvey, A.M., Lilienthal, J.L., Jr., and Talbot, S.A.
Observations on the nature of myasthenia gravis. The phenomena of facilitation and depression of neuromuscular transmission. — 1941, 69: 547


Harvey, A.M., and Lilenthal, J.L., Jr.
Observations on the nature of myasthenia gravis. The intra-arterial injection of acetylcholine, prostigmine, and adrenaline. — 1941, 69: 566



1942 - Volume 70

Friedenwald, J.S., Hermann, H., and Buka, R.
The distribution of certain oxidative enzymes in the chorioid plexus. — 1942, 70: 1


Herrmann, H., and Friedenwald, J.S.
The choline esterase content of the chorioid plexus and ciliary processes. — 1942, 70: 14


Park, C.R., and Wood, W.B., Jr
p-Aminobenzoic acid as a metabolite essential for bacterial growth. — 1942, 70: 19


Price, P.B., Sloan, H.E., Jr., and LaRochelle, F.T.
A study of experimental factors in the circulation, with special reference to the problem of acute circulatory failure. — 1942, 70: 26


Tompkins, E.H.
The reaction of the subcutaneous tissues to the acetone insoluble lipoids from beef brains. — 1942, 70: 55


King, A.B.
Demonstration of the basilar artery and its branches with thorotrast. — 1942, 70: 81


Broyles, E.N.
Anterior commissure tendon of the larynx. Its significance in the laryngofissure operation. Preliminary note. — 1942, 70: 90


Carnes, W.H.
The present incidence of tuberculous infection. — 1942, 70: 101


King, A.B., and Ford, F.R.
A clinical and anatomical study of neurological conditions resulting from metastases in the central nervous system due to carcinoma of the lung. Review of one hundred cases. — 1942, 70: 124


Weech, A.A.
Dietary protein and the regeneration of serum albumin. IV. The potency values of dried beef serum, whole egg, cow's milk, cow's colostrum, lactalbumin, and wheat gluten. — 1942, 70: 157


Sullivan, M., Kolb, L.C., and Nicholls, J.
Nutritional dermatoses in the rat. VII. Notes on the posture, gait and hypertonicity resulting from a diet containing unheated, dried egg white as the source of protein. — 1942, 70: 177


Brown, T.M., and Nunemaker, J.C.
Rat-bite fever. A review of the American cases with reevaluation of etiology; report of cases. — 1942, 70: 201


Hoffman, W.C., Lewis, R.A., and Thorn, G.W.
The electro-encephalogram in Addison's disease. — 1942, 70: 335


Tidwell, H.C., and Cameron, E.S.
The relation between the chemical structure of fats and their ability to produce gastric inhibition. — 1942, 70: 362


Reid, R.D.
The isolation and identification of the gonococcus. — 1942, 70: 370


Iliff, E.H., and Gay, L.N.
Oral treatment of hay fever with ragweed pollen. — 1942, 70: 378


Gay, L.N., and Rienhoff, W.F., Jr.
Further observations on the treatment of intractable bronchial asthma by bilateral resection of the pulmonary plexus. — 1942, 70: 386


Woolsey, C.N., Marshall, W.H., and Bard, P.
Representation of cutaneous tactile sensibility in the cerebral cortex of the monkey as indicated by evoked potentials. — 1942, 70: 399


Richter, C.P., and Woodruff, B.G.
Facial patterns of electrical skin resistance. Their relation to sleep, external temperature, hair distribution, sensory dermatomes and skin disease. — 1942, 70: 442


Brown, J.H.
A fungus culture slide. — 1942, 70: 460


Gantt, W.H., and Muncie, W.
Analysis of the mental defect in chronic Korsakov's psychosis by means of the conditioned reflex method. — 1942, 70: 467


Lyford, J., III, Berger, O.L., and Shumacker, H.B., Jr.
An analysis of deaths in the operating rooms of The Johns Hopkins Hospital with special reference to those occurring under general anesthesia and spinal anesthesia. — 1942, 70: 488


Davison, W.C.
Difficulties in the enzymic titration of duodenal contents. — 1942, 70: 504



1942 - Volume 71

Shumacker, H.B., Jr.
Sympathetic denervation of the feet and legs occurring spontaneously or as a result of disease. A preliminary report. — 1942, 71: 1


Ham, G.C., and Rosenfeld, M.
Ultracentrifugation of the antidiuretic, chloruretic, and pressor factors of posterior pituitary extracts. — 1942, 71: 18


Scherlis, S., and Levy, D.S.
Investigation into the mechanism of the Weltmann serum coagulation reaction. A preliminary report. — 1942, 71: 24


Kaiser, I.H.
The specificity of periarterial fibrosis of the spleen in disseminated lupus erythematosus. — 1942, 71: 31


Finney, J.M.T., Sr.
Dr. J.M.T. Finney, Sr. Minutes adopted by the medical Board, June 29, 1942. — 1942, 71: 47


Price, P.B., and Lomgmire, W.P.
The use of T-1824 in plasma volume determinations. — 1942, 71: 51


Josephs, H.W., Holt, L.E., Jr., Tidwell, H.C., and Kajdi, C.
The influence of dietary fat upon the excretion of urobilin. — 1942, 71: 84


VandeGrift, W.B.
A dehydrating fixative for general use, including a description of techniques and stains for paraffin and celloidin sections. — 1942, 71: 96


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U.S. Army General Hospitals 18 and 118 organized at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. — 1942, 71: 112


Rich, A.R.
The role of hypersensitivity in periarteritis nodosa. As indicated by seven cases developing during serum sickness and sulfonamide therapy. — 1942, 71: 123


Wintrobe, M.M., Stein, H.J, Miller, M.H., Follis, R.H., Jr., Najjar, V.A., and Humphreys, S.
A study of thiamine deficiency in swine together with a comparison of methods of assay. — 1942, 71: 141


Harvey, A.M., and Lilienthal, J.L., Jr.
Observations on the nature of tetany. The effect of adrenaline. — 1942, 71: 163


Fleischman, W., and Shumacker, H.B., Jr.
The relationship between serum cholesterol and total body cholesterol in experimental hyper-and hypo-thyroidism. — 1942, 71: 175


Davis, J.S., and Stafford, E.S.
Successful construction of an extrathoracic esophagus. — 1942, 71: 191


White, H.J.
Comparative activity of sulfonamides against coliform bacteria in the intestines of mice. — 1942, 71: 213


Follis, R.H., Jr.
Myocardial necroses in rats on a potassium low diet prevented by thiamine deficiency. — 1942, 71: 235


Scott, V.C.
Note on absence of syphilitic reagin and antigenic substance in urine. — 1942, 71: 242


Josephs, H.W.
Factors influencing the level of vitamin A in the blood of rats. — 1942, 71: 253


Josephs, H.W.
Studies in vitamin A. Influence of vitamin A on serum lipids of normal and deficient rats. — 1942, 71: 265


Jones, G.E.S., and Te Linde, R.W.
An evaluation of progesterone therapy in the treatment of endometrial hyperplasia. — 1942, 71: 282


Ravitch, M.M., and Chambers, J.H.
Spirochaetal survival in frozen plasma. — 1942, 71: 299


Pickrell, K.L.
A sulfonamide film for use as a surgical dressing. — 1942, 71: 304


Woolsey, C.N., and Walzl, E.M.
Topical projection of nerve fibers from local regions of the cochlea to the cerebral cortex of the cat. — 1942, 71: 315


Rich, A.R., and Follis, R.H., Jr.
The effect of low oxygen tension upon the development of experimental tuberculosis. — 1942, 71: 345


Fisher, A.M., and Davis, B.D.
The serum proteins in sarcoid: electrophoretic studies. — 1942, 71: 364


Rich, A.R.
Additional evidence of the role of hypersensitivity in the etiology of periarteritis nodosa. Another case associated with a sulfonamide reaction. — 1942, 71: 375



1943 - Volume 72

Wintrobe, M.M., Follis, R.H., Jr., Miller, M.H., Stein, H.J., Alcayaga, R., Humphreys, S., Suksta, A., and Cartwright, G.E.
Pyridoxine deficiency in swine. With particular reference to anemia, epileptiform convulsion and fatty liver. — 1943, 72: 1


Jones, G.E.S., Gey, G.O., and Gey, M.K.
Hormone production by placental cells maintained in continous culture. — 1943, 72: 26


Follis, R.H., Jr., and Straight, W.M.
The effect of purified diet deficient in carbohydrate on the rat. — 1943, 72: 39


Chandler, C.A., and Taussig, H.B.
Sulfanilamide as a prophylactic agent in rheumatic fever. — 1943, 72: 42


Blalock, A.
A study of thoracic duct lymph in experimental crush injury and injury produced by gross trauma. — 1943, 72: 54


Rich, A.R., and Gregory, J.E.
The experimental demonstration that periarteritis nodosa is a manifestation of hypersensitivity. — 1943, 72: 65


Iverson, H.A.
An epidemic of acute respiratory disease associated with atypical pneumonia. — 1943, 72: 89


Brooke, W.S., and Day, R.
Skin sensitivity to mycobacteria tuberculins in sarcoidosis. — 1943, 72: 101


Mueller, A.J., Fickas, D., and Cox, W.M., Jr.
Minimum maintenance requirement of an enzymic casein hydrolysate. — 1943, 72: 110


Bordley, J., III, Galdston, M., and Dandy, W.E.
The treatment of essential hypertension by sympathetocmy. A report on twelve patients three to seven years following operation. — 1943, 72: 127


Jager, B.V., and Ransmeier, J.C.
Constrictive pericarditis due to Bacterium tularense. Report of a case and review of reported cases of pericarditis occurring with tularemia. — 1943, 72: 166


Leifson, E.
Preparation and properties of bacteriological peptones.I. Enzymic hydrolysates of casein. — 1943, 72: 179


Warthin, T.A., and Thomas, C.B.
Studies in experimental hypertension. I. Phenol red excretion and renal blood flow in hypertension of renal origin. — 1943, 72: 203


Thomas, H.M., Jr.
The role of alpha hemolytic streptococcus in pneumonia. — 1943, 72: 218


Follis, R.H., Jr., and Jackson, D.A.
Renal osteomalacia and osteitis fibrosa in adults. — 1943, 72: 232


Mark, J.
Salt, carbohydrate and water appetite of adrenalectomized rats before and after treatment with desoxycorticosterone pellets. — 1943, 72: 243


Mark, J., and Lewis, R.C., Jr.
A note of the fate injected insulin. — 1943, 72: 246


Clinton, M., Jr., and Thorn, G.W.
Effect of desoxycorticosterone acetate administration on plasma volume and electrolyte balance of normal human subjects. — 1943, 72: 255


Pratt, L.W.
Behavior of bipedal rats. — 1943, 72: 265


Alpert, L.K., and Thomas, C.B.
Studies in experimental hypertension. II. The effect of dietary protein on the urea clearance and arterial blood pressure in chronic hypertension. — 1943, 72: 274


Alpert, L.K., and Lilienthal, J.L., Jr.
Studies in experimental hypertension. III. The effect of dietary protein on the clearances of diodrast and inulin by the kidney in chronic hypertension. — 1943, 72: 286


Weinberg, T., and Himelfarb, A.J.
Endocardial fibroelastosis (so-called fetal endocarditis). A report of two cases occurring in siblings. — 1943, 72: 299


Baer, R.W., Taussig, H.B., and Oppenheimer, E.H.
Congenital aneurysmal dilatation of the aorta associated with arachnodactyly. — 1943, 72: 309


Corner, G.W.
Eversion and herniation of the corpus luteum. — 1943, 72: 333


Harris, W.H., Jr.
The relationship of chemotherapy in pneumonia to the persistence of pneumococci. — 1943, 72: 338


Tompkins, E.H.
The nucleinate-like action upon the white blood cells of the ether insoluble fraction of lipoids from beef brains. — 1943, 72: 347



1943 - Volume 73

Burnam, C.F.
Howard Atwood Kelly. — 1943, 73: 1


Vargas, L., Jr.
Attempt to induce formation of fibroids with estrogen in the castrated female rhesus monkey. — 1943, 73: 23


Wang, H.W., and Hellman, L.M.
Studies in the metabolism of the human placenta; oxygen consumption in relation to ageing. — 1943, 73: 31


Oppenheimer, E.H., and Kunkel, H.G.
Further observations on the lowering of blood uric acid by uricase injections. — 1943, 73: 40


Rose, J.E., and Woolsey, C.N.
A study of thalamocortical relations in the rabbit. — 1943, 73: 65


Dingwall, J.A., 3rd, and Lord, J.W.
The fluorescein test in the management of tubed (pedicle) flaps. — 1943, 73: 129


Byrn, J.N., and Eastman, N.J.
Vitamin A levels in maternal and fetal blood plasma. — 1943, 73: 132


Elvers, C.F.
Deformol; a simple technique for removing formaldehyde from preserved tissue specimens. — 1943, 73: 138


Buschke, W., Friedenwald, J.S., and Fleischmann, W.
Studies on the mitotic activity of the corneal epithelium; methods; the effects of colchicine, ether, cocaine and ephedrin. — 1943, 73: 143


Wintrobe, M.M., Alcayaga, R., Humphreys, S., and Follis, R.H., Jr.
Electrocardiographic changes associated with thiamine deficiency in pigs. — 1943, 73: 169


Coburn, A.F., and Moore, D.H.
The plasma proteins in disseminated lupus erythematosus. — 1943, 73: 196


Pratt, L.W.
Scapulectomy and cleidectomy in the rat. — 1943, 73: 223


Rich, A.R., and Gregory, J.E.
Experimental evidence that lesions with the basic characteristics of rheumatic carditis can result from anaphylactic hypersensitivity. — 1943, 73: 239


Whitehill, M.R.
Cerebral malaria; a case report. — 1943, 73: 265


Hayes, G.S., and Hartman, T.L.
Lymphocytic choriomeningitis; report of a laboratory infection. — 1943, 73: 275


Alpern, E.B., Finkelstein N., and Gantt, W.H.
Effect of amphetamine (benzedrine) sulfate upon higher nervous activity. I. Animal experiments. — 1943, 73: 287


Shackelford, R.T., and Whitehill, R.
Successful ligation of the left common iliac vein for thrombophlebitis complicated by pulmonary emboli. — 1943, 73: 307


Wintrobe, M.M., Follis, R.H., Jr., Alcayaga, R., Paulson, M., and Humphreys, S.
Pantothenic acid deficiency in swine; with particular reference to the effects on growth and on the alimentary tract. — 1943, 73: 313


Fisher, A.M.
The antibacterial properties of crude penicillin. — 1943, 73: 343


Keeney, E.L.
The fungistatic and fungicidal effect of sodium propionate on common pathogens. — 1943, 73: 379


Ford, F.R., and Walsh, F.B.
Guillain-Barré syndrome (acute infective polyneuritis) with increased intracranial pressure and papilledema. — 1943, 73: 391


Austrian C.R.
Lewellys Franklin Barker. — 1943, 73: 401


Gregory, J.E., Golden, A., and Haymaker, W.
Mucormycosis of the central nervous system; a report of three cases. — 1943, 73: 405


Friedenwald, J.S., Hermann, H., and Moses, R.
The distribution of certain oxidative enzymes in the ciliary body. — 1943, 73: 421


Coburn, A.F.
Salycilate therapy in rheumatic fever; a rational technique. — 1943, 73: 435


Rich, A.R., and Gregory, J.E.
On the anaphylactic nature, or rheumatic pneumonitis. — 1943, 73: 465


Keeney, E.L., and Broyles, E.N.
Sodium propionate in the treatment of superficial fungous infections. — 1943, 73: 479



1944 - Volume 74

Rich, A.R.
A peculiar type of adrenal cortical damage associated with acute infections, and its possible relation to circulatory collapse. — 1944, 74: 1


Graham, R.L.
Sudden death in young adults in association with fatty liver. — 1944, 74: 16


Leftwich, W.B.
An intradermal test for the recognition of hypersensitivity to the sulfonamide drugs. — 1944, 74: 26


Frerichs, J.B.
The influence of a monocytosis of the peripheral blood stream upon the cellular character of an acute inflammation. — 1944, 74: 49


Landau, S.W., and Gay, L.N.
Influence of certain amino acids on histamine reactions and anaphylactic reactions in intestinal strips of guinea pigs and in intact guinea pigs. — 1944, 74: 55


Mackenzie, J.B., and Mackenzie, C.G.
Effect of prolonged and intermittent sulfonamide feeding on the basal metabolic rate, thyroid and pituitary. — 1944, 74: 85


Meyer, E., and Meyer, M.B.
The pathology of staphylococcus abscesses in vitamin C-deficit guinea pigs. — 1944, 74: 98


Lee, F.C., Macht, M.B., and Pierpont, R.Z.
A preliminary report on a method for lengthening the effect of a sympathetic nerve block. — 1944, 74: 119


Holt, L.E., Jr., and Kajdi, C.N.
The nutritional requirements in inanition. I. Observations on the ability of single foodstuffs to prolong survival. — 1944, 74: 121


Holt, L.E., Jr., and Kajdi, C.N.
The nutritional requirements in inanition. II. The effect of mineral and vitamin supplements on the survival of animals on single foods. — 1944, 74: 142


Bing, R.J.
The effect of hemoglobin and related pigments on renal functions of the normal and acidotic dog. — 1944, 74: 161


Hamman, L., and Rich, A.R.
Acute diffuse interstitial fibrosis of the lungs. — 1944, 74: 177


Scott, R.B., Lyford, J., III, and Johnson, R.W., Jr.
Granuloma inguinale as a cause of arthritis and osteomyelitis. — 1944, 74: 213


Thomas, C.B.
The significance of electrocardiographic abnormalities in young adults. — 1944, 74: 229


Oppenheimer, E.H.
Congenital chickenpox with disseminated visceral lesions. — 1944, 74: 240


Albanese A.A., Holt, L.E., Jr., Frankston, J.E., and Irby, V.
Observations on a histidine deficient diet in man. — 1944, 74: 251


Robinson, G.C.
Proper attention to the role of emotional and social factors in illness as a new step in public health. — 1944, 74: 259


Brooke, W.S., and Day, R.
Immunization with the vole acid fast bacillus against experimental tuberculosis. — 1944, 74: 275


Josephs, H.W.
Favism. — 1944, 74: 295


Trevett, G.I.
Experimental studies on sulfapyrazine in mice. — 1944, 74: 299


Albanese A.A., Holt, L.E., Jr., Brumback, J.E. Jr., Frankston, J.E., and Irby, V.
Observations on a diet deficient in both methionine and cystine in man. — 1944, 74: 308


Blackman, S.S., Jr., Thomas, C.B., and Howard, J.E.
The effect of testosterone propionate on the arterial blood pressure, kidneys, urinary bladder and livers of growing dogs. — 1944, 74: 321


Thomas, C.B.
Experimental hypertension from section of moderator nerves: relationship of the acute pressor response to the development and course of chronic hypertension. — 1944, 74: 335


Najjar, V.A., White, V., and Scott, D.B.M.
On the isolation and properties of the fluorescent factor F2 from human urine. — 1944, 74: 378


Najjar, V.A.
The laboratory diagnosis of nicotinic acid deficiency. An improved procedure for the determination of F2 (N-methyl nicotinamide derivative) in urine. — 1944, 74: 392


Roberts, D.W., and Najjar, V.A.
A case of pellagra developing on a hospital ward in a patient receiving vitamin B complex. — 1944, 74: 400


Najjar, V.A., Hammond, M., English, M.E., Wooden, M.B., and Deal, C.C.
The anti-black tongue activity of N-methylnicotinamide chloride. — 1944, 74: 406



1944 - Volume 75

Bliss, E.A., and Deitz, H.C.
A comparison of the bacteriostatic activities of some of the newer sulfonamide compounds. — 1944, 75: 1


Price, P.B., Metcalf, W., Longmire, W.P., Hanlon, C.R., and Rizzoli, H.V.
Experimental shock. II. Effects of acute plasmapheresis in healthy dogs. — 1944, 75: 14


Cartwright, G.E., Wintrobe, M.M., Jones, P., Lauritsen, M., and Humphreys, S.
Tryptophane derivatives in the urine of pyridoxine-deficient swine. — 1944, 75: 35


Farmer, T.W., and Streeter, G.A.
The diagnosis of influenza virus infections by the agglutination-inhibition test. — 1944, 75: 48


Streeter, G.A., Farmer, T.W., and Hayes, G.S.
Cold hemagglutination in primary atypical pneumonia. — 1944, 75: 60


Rich, A.R.
Dr. William George MacCallum (1874-1944). — 1944, 75: 73


Wainwright, C.W.
Dissecting aneurysm producing coronary occlusion by dissection of the coronary artery. — 1944, 75: 81


Frame, E.G., Fleischmann, W., and Wilkins, L.
The influence of a number of androgenic steroids on the urinary excretion of neutral 17-ketosteroids. — 1944, 75: 95


Wintrobe, M.M., Buschke, W., Follis, R.H., Jr., and Humphreys, S.
Riboflavin deficiency in swine. With special reference to the occurrence of cataracts. — 1944, 75: 102


Rich, A.R., and Gregory, J.E.
Further experimental cardiac lesions of the rheumatic type produced by anaphylactic hypersensitivity. — 1944, 75: 115


Duncan, G.W., Irvin, J.L., and Sarnoff, S.J.
Non-protein nitrogen and protein concentrations of serum and cerebrospinal fluid on shock. — 1944, 75: 135


Chesney, A.M.
"Rights, honors and privileges thereto appertaining". — 1944, 75: 149


Howard, J.E., Parson, W., Stein, K.E., Eisenberg, H., and Reidt, V.
Studies on fracture convalescence. I. Nitrogen metabolism after fracture and skeletal operations in healthy males. — 1944, 75: 156


Whitehill, M.R., and Miller, M.H.
Infestation of the genito-urinary tract by strongyloides stercoralis: a case report. — 1944, 75: 169


Albanese A.A.
The utilization of d-amino acids by man. I. Tryptophane, methionine and phenylalanine. — 1944, 75: 175


Semans, J.H.
Nephrectomy for hypertension in a 2 and half year old child with apparent cure for 3 years. — 1944, 75: 184


Alexander, T.O.
Irradiation pneumonitis. Report of a case. — 1944, 75: 199


Howard, J.E., Winternitz, J., Parson, W., Bigham, R.S., Jr., and Eisenberg, H.
Studies on fracture convalescence. II. The influence of diet on post-traumatic nitrogen deficit exhibited by fracture patients. — 1944, 75: 209


Harvey, A.M.
A type of neuritis associated with malarial fever. — 1944, 75: 225


Whitehill, M.R., and Austrian, R.
The treatment of primary and secondary yaws with penicillin. A preliminary report. — 1944, 75: 232


Gellis, S.S., and Peters, M.
Mumps with pre-sternal edema. — 1944, 75: 241


Newman, E.V., Bordley, J., III, and Winternitz, J.
The interrelationship of glomerular filtration rate (mannitol clearance), extracellular fluid volume surface area of the body, and plasma concentration of mannitol. A definition of extracellular fluid clearance determined by the following plasma concentration after a single injection of mannitol. — 1944, 75: 253


Tumulty, P.A.
Atypical pneumonia: a diagnostic problem in the tropics. — 1944, 75: 269


Pijoan, M., and Lozner, E.L.
Vitamin C economy in the human subject. — 1944, 75: 303


Najjar, V.A., Holt, L.E., Jr., and Royston, H.M.
A note on the minimum requirements of man for vitamin C and certain other vitamins. — 1944, 75: 315


Thomas, C.B., and McLean, R.L.
The effect of intravenous injection of epinephrin and angiotonin before and after the production of neurogenic hypertension. — 1944, 75: 319


Nelson, R.A., and Duncan, L.
Acute syphilitic meningitis treated with penicillin. — 1944, 75: 327


Holt, L.E., Jr., Albanese A.A., Frankston, J.E., and Irby, V.
The tryptophane requirement of man as determined by nitrogen balance and by excretion of tryptophane in urine. — 1944, 75: 353


Jones, G.E.S., Delfs, E., and Stran, H.M.
Chorionic gonadotropin and pregnanediol values in normal pregnancy. — 1944, 75: 359


Keeney, E.L., Ajello, L., and Lankford, E.
Studies on common pathogenic fungi and on Actinomyces bovis. I. In vitro effect of fatty acids. — 1944, 75: 377


Keeney, E.L., Ajello, L., and Lankford, E.
Studies on common pathogenic fungi and on Actinomyces bovis. II. In vitro effect of sulfonamides. — 1944, 75: 393


Keeney, E.L., Ajello, L., and Lankford, E.
Studies on common pathogenic fungi and on Actinomyces bovis. III. In vitro effect of penicillin. — 1944, 75: 410


Keeney, E.L., Ajello, L., Broyles, E.N., and Lankford, E.
Propionate and undecylenate ointments in the treatment of tinea pedis and an in vitro comparison of their fungistatic and antibacterial effects with other ointments. — 1944, 75: 417



1945 - Volume 76

Bodian, D., and Howe, H.A.
Experimental non-paralytic poliomyelitis; frequency, and range of pathological involvement. — 1945, 76: 1


Howe, H.A., Bodian, D., and Wenner, H.A.
Further observations on the presence of poliomyelitis virus in the human oro-pharynx. — 1945, 76: 19


Eichna, L.W., Bean, W.B., Ashe, W.F., and Nelson, N.
Performance in relation to environmental temperature. Reactions of normal young men to hot, humid (simulated jungle) environment. — 1945, 76: 25


Finkelstein N., Alpern, E.B., and Gantt, W.H.
Amphetamine (benzadrine) sulfate upon higher nervous activity compared with alcohol. II. Human experiments. — 1945, 76: 61


Taussig, H.B.
Clinical and pathological findings in aortic atresia or marked hypoplasia of the aorta at its base. — 1945, 76: 75


Najjar, V.A., Hall, R.S., and Deal, C.C.
The methylation of nicotinamide. A simple and practical test for liver function. (A preliminary note). — 1945, 76: 83


Sisson, J.H., Murphy, G.E., and Newman, E.V.
Multiple congenital arteriovenous aneurysms in the pulmonary circulation. — 1945, 76: 93


Genecin, A., Austrian, R., and Nelson, R.A.
Sulfamerazine in the treatment of pneumococcal lobar pneumonia. — 1945, 76: 112


Fisher, A.M.
The therapeutic value of penicillin applied locally, based on experience with the crude material in a variety of infections. — 1945, 76: 134


Graybiel, A., Lilienthal, J.L., Jr., and Riley, R.
The report of a case of idiopathic congenital (and probably familial) methemoglobinemia. — 1945, 76: 155


Eder, H., Hawn, C.V., and Thorn, G.
Report of a case of acute intestinal fibrosis of the lungs. — 1945, 76: 163


MacLean, A.L.
Sjögren's syndrome. — 1945, 76: 179


Richter, C.P., Schmidt, E.C.H., Jr., and Malone, P.D.
Further observations on the self-regulatory dietary selections of rats made diabetic by pancreatectomy. — 1945, 76: 192


Harper, W.H., and Blain, A., III
The effect of penicillin in experimental intestinal obstruction. Preliminary report on closed loop studies. — 1945, 76: 221


Hampton, A.O., Prandoni, A.G., and King, J.T.
Pulmonary embolism from obscure sources. — 1945, 76: 245


Austrian, R.
Further observation on the treatment of yaws with penicillin. — 1945, 76: 274


Howell, W.H.
The isolation of thromboplastin from lung tissue. — 1945, 76: 295



1945 - Volume 77

Murphy, G.E.
Salicylate and rheumatic activity. An objective clinical-histologic study of the effect of salicylate on rheumatic lesions, those of joints and tendon sheaths in particular. — 1945, 77: 1


Rich, A.R.
Hypersensitivity to iodine as a cause of periarteritis nodosa. — 1945, 77: 43


Bodian, D.
Poliomyelitic changes in multinucleated neurons, with special reference to the site of action of the virus in the cell. — 1945, 77: 49


Albanese A.A., and Frankston, J.E.
The dietary role of histidine in the immature and adult rat. — 1945, 77: 61


Harvey, A.M., Kuffler, S.W., and Tredway, J.B.
Peripheral neuritis. Clinical and physiological observations on a series of twenty cases of unknown etiology. — 1945, 77: 83


Gantt, W.H., and Marshall, E.K., Jr.
Toxicity of sulfanilamide on higher nervous activity. — 1945, 77: 104


Gey, G.O., Inui, F., Vedder, H., and Gey, M.K.
The effect of crude and purified penicillin on continuous cultures of normal and malignant cells. — 1945, 77: 116


Weber, R.A., and Favour, C.B.
Rat bite fever due to streptobacillus moniliformis treated with penicillin. Case report. — 1945, 77: 132


Commission on Acute Respiratory Diseases
A study of food-borne epidemic of tonsillitis and pharyngitis due to B-hemolytic streptococcus, type 5. — 1945, 77: 143


Lewis, R.A., and Kibbe, F.W.
Suppression as an adjunct to the therapy of malaria in non-malarial areas. — 1945, 77: 211


Wagley, P.F.
A study of spasticity and paralysis. — 1945, 77: 218


Wilmer, H.A.
Two cases of periarteritis nodosa occurring in the first month of life. — 1945, 77: 275


Howard, J.E., Parson, W., and Bigham, R.S., Jr.
Studies on patients convalescent from fracture. III. The urinary excretion of calcium and phosphorus. — 1945, 77: 291


Williams, R.H., and Frame, E.G.
Comparison of antithyroid action of thioureas and allied substances. — 1945, 77: 314


Hooker, D.H.
Brachymetropody. — 1945, 77: 329


Maren, T.H.
The microdetermination of antimony. — 1945, 77: 338


Scholz, R.O.
Epivascular choroidal pigment streaks, their pathology and possible prognostic significance. — 1945, 77: 345


Schaub, I.G., and Davis, J.E.
The significance of streptococci isolated from the female urinary tract. — 1945, 77: 372


Vance, G.A.
Clinical and electrocardiographic response to N-methylnicotinamide chloride administration in man. — 1945, 77: 393


Josephs, H.W.
Lipid response to vitamin A administration. A possible test for vitamin A deficiency. — 1945, 77: 402


Wilson, C.E., Hammond, C.W., Byrne, A.F., and Bliss, E.A.
The control of experimental pneumonia with penicillin. I. Comparison of inhalation and injection therapy. — 1945, 77: 411


Keeney, E.L., Ajello, L., Lankford, E., and Mary, L.
Sodium caprylate. A new and effective treatment for dermatomycosis of the feet. — 1945, 77: 422


Keeney, E.L., Lankford, E., and Ajello, L.
The bacteriostatic and bactericidal effects of fatty acid salts on bacteria in broth cultures. — 1945, 77: 437


Ajello, L., Keeney, E.L., and Broyles, E.N.
Observations on the incidence of tinea pedis in a group of men entering military life. — 1945, 77: 440



1946 - Volume 78

Gregory, J.E., and Rich, A.R.
The experimental production of anaphylactic pulmonary lesions with the basic characteristic of rheumatic pneumonitis. — 1946, 78: 1


Edwards, L.B., and Hardy, J.B.
The relation of the degree of sensitivity to tuberculin to the persistence of sensitivity and to prognosis in young children. — 1946, 78: 13


Billings, F.T., Jr., Winkenwerder, W.L., and Hunnien, A.V.
Studies on acute schistostomiasis japonica in the Philippine Islands. I. A clinical study of 337 cases with a preliminary report on the results of treatment with fuadin in 110 cases. — 1946, 78: 21


Tompkins, E.H.
Sphingomyelins: their action on blood cells, particularly lymphocytes; their share in the nucleinate-like action of the ether-insoluble fraction of brain lipoids. — 1946, 78: 57


Winkenwerder, W.L.
Asthma - as observed overseas in a general hospital in the Southwest Pacific area - with special reference to relationship of tropical service to onset and recurrence. — 1946, 78: 78


Means, J.H.
The clinical teaching of social medicine. — 1946, 78: 96


Keeney, E.L.
A protective cabinet for investigators studying Coccidioides immitis and other infectious fungi. — 1946, 78: 113


Herrmann, H., Friedenwald, J., and Boss, M.B.
Enzymatic oxidations in tissue fractions of the ciliary processes. — 1946, 78: 119


Brown, T.M., Stifler, W.C., Jr., and Bethea, W.R.
Early filariasis. — 1946, 78: 126


Tucker, H.A.
Penicillin treatment of Erb's syphilitic spinal spastic paraplegia. — 1946, 78: 161


Blackman, S.S., Jr.
Concerning the function and origin of the reticular zone of the adrenal cortex. — 1946, 78: 180


Carroll, D.G.
Cerebral involvement in schistosomiasis japonica. — 1946, 78: 219


Bruesch, S.R., and Richter, C.P.
Cutaneous distribution of peripheral nerves in rhesus monkeys as determined by the electrical skin resistance method. — 1946, 78: 235


Schaffer, A.J., and Lewis, R.A.
Atabrine studies in the field. I. The relation of serum atabrine level to breakthrough of previously contracted vivax malaria. — 1946, 78: 265


Howard, J.E., Bigham, R.S., Jr., Eisenberg, H., Wagner, D., and Bailey, E.
Studies on convalescence. IV. Nitrogen and mineral balances during starvation and graduated feeding in healthy young males at bed rest. — 1946, 78: 282


Bing, R.J., McNamara, B., and Hopkins, R.H.
Studies on the pharmacology of DDT (2, 2 bis-parachlorophenyl-1, 1, trichloroethane). The chronic toxicity of DDT in the dog. — 1946, 78: 308


Reese, F.M.
Edema of the corneal epithelium caused by atabrine. Observation on three patients. — 1946, 78: 325


Keeney, E.L.
Sodium caprylate. A new and effective treatment for moniliasis of the skin and mucous membranes. — 1946, 78: 333


Halbert, S.P., Cohen, B., and Perkins, M.E.
Toxic and immunological properties of pneumococcal hemolysin. — 1946, 78: 340



1946 - Volume 79

Blain, A., III, and Kennedy, J.D.
The effect of penicillin in experimental intestinal obstruction. Studies on strangulated low ileal obstructions. — 1946, 79: 1


Calihan, R.J., Kennedy, J.D., and Blain, A., III
Intestinal obstruction: a study of two hundred and four acute cases with reference to the possible efficacy of anti-bacterial therapy. — 1946, 79: 21


Dandy, W.E.
The location of the conscious center in the brain - the corpus striatum. — 1946, 79: 34


Thorn, G.W., Clinton, M., Jr., Farber, S., and Edmonds, H.W.
Studies on altitude tolerance. 1. Studies on normal rats - effect of repeated short exposures to reduced atmospheric pressure. — 1946, 79: 59


Clinton, M., Jr., Thorn, G.W., and Davenport, V.D.
Studies on altitude tolerance. 2. Studies on normal human subjects - effect of repeated short exposures to reduced atmospheric pressure. — 1946, 79: 70


Commission on Acute Respiratory Diseases
The transmission of primary atypical pneumonia to human volunteers. I. Experimental methods. — 1946, 79: 97


Commission on Acute Respiratory Diseases
The transmission of primary atypical pneumonia to human volunteers. II. Results of inoculation. — 1946, 79: 109


Commission on Acute Respiratory Diseases
The transmission of primary atypical pneumonia to human volunteers. III. Clinical features. — 1946, 79: 125


Commission on Acute Respiratory Diseases
The transmission of primary atypical pneumonia to human volunteers. IV. Laboratory studies. — 1946, 79: 153


Eagle, H., Magnuson, H.J., and Fleischman, R.
The effect of the method of administration on the therapeutic efficacy of sodium penicillin in experimental syphilis. — 1946, 79: 168


Cole, R.I.
Perfectionism in medicine. — 1946, 79: 190


Harper, W.H., and Lemmer, R.A.
Necrosis and ulceration of the intestinal wall in simple intestinal obstruction. An experimental study. — 1946, 79: 207


Newman, E.V., Gilman, A., and Philips, F.S.
The renal clearance of thiosulfate in man. — 1946, 79: 229


Schiller, J.
Differences in the action of crystalline and non-crystalline preparations of estriol. — 1946, 79: 243


Filley, G.F.
The clinical significance of certain changes in the limb lead electrocardiogram in arterial hypertension. — 1946, 79: 261


Jones, H.W,, Jr., Falor, W.H., and Burbank, C.B.
524 abdominal wounds on the Western Front. — 1946, 79: 283


Walzl, E.M., and Woolsey, C.N.
Effects of cochlear lesions on click responses in the auditory cortex of the cat. — 1946, 79: 309


Klinefelter, H.F., and Salley, S.M.
Sarcoidosis simulating glomerulonephritis. — 1946, 79: 333


Hartman, T.L.
Sulfonamide sensitivity determinations of hemolytic streptococci isolated from patients before and after treatment with sulfadiazine. — 1946, 79: 342


Lyford, J., III, Johnson, R.W., Jr., Blackman, S.S., Jr., and Scott, R.B.
Pathologic findings in a fatal case of disseminated granuloma inguinale with miliary bone and joint involvement. — 1946, 79: 349


Kibbe, F.W., and Beadenkopf, W.G.
A report on an epidemic of mild lymphocytic meningitis in Burma. — 1946, 79: 365


Winkenwerder, W.L., Hunninen, A.V., Harrison, T., Billings, F.T., Jr., Carroll, D.G., and Maier, J.
Studies on schistosomiasis japonica. 2. Analysis of 364 cases of acute schistosomiasis with report of results of treatment with fuadin in 184 cases. — 1946, 79: 406


Robinson, L.B., and Wichelhausen, R.H.
The problem of identification of oral spirochetes and description of a preciptin test for their serological differentiation. — 1946, 79: 436


Wilson, C.E., Hammond, C.W., Byrne, A.F., and Bliss, E.A.
The control of experimental pneumonia with penicillin. II. Comparison of the intramuscular, respiratory and oral routes of administration, with respect to therapeutic activity and rate of absorption. — 1946, 79: 451



1947 - Volume 80

Burch, G.E., Myers, H.L., Porter, R.R., and Schaffer, N.
Objective studies of some physiologic response in mild chronic trench foot. — 1947, 80: 1


Deutsch, F.
The use of the psychosomatic concept in medicine. — 1947, 80: 71


Cockerill, E.E.
The use of psychosomatic concept in social case work. — 1947, 80: 86


Ward, R., and Walters, B.
The elimination of poliomyelitis virus from the human mouth or nose. — 1947, 80: 98


Bing, R.J., Vandam, L.D., and Gray, F.D., Jr.
Physiological studies in congenital heart disease. I. Procedures. — 1947, 80: 107


Bing, R.J., Vandam, L.D., and Gray, F.D., Jr.
Physiological studies in congenital heart disease. II. Results of pre-operative studies in patients with tetralogy of Fallot. — 1947, 80: 121


Najjar, V.A., and Ratcliffe, I.M.
The lipotropic effect of N1-methylnicotinamide. — 1947, 80: 142


Albanese A.A., Holt, L.E., Jr., Irby, V., Snyderman, S.E., and Lein, M.
Studies on the protein metabolism of the infant. I. The comparative biological value of some milk protein preparations. — 1947, 80: 149


Albanese A.A., Holt, L.E., Jr., Irby, V., Snyderman, S.E., and Lein, M.
Studies on the protein metabolism of infants. II. Tryptophane requirement of the infant. — 1947, 80: 158


Najjar, V.A., and Deal, C.C.
The antipellagra action of N1-methylnicotinamide. — 1947, 80: 166


Tucker, H.A., and Robinson, R.C.V.
Disappearance time of Treponema pallidum from lesions of early syphilis following administration of crystalline penicillin G. — 1947, 80: 169


Harkins, H.N.
The prevention of pyloric ligation-induced ulcers of the gastric rumen of rats by transabdominal vagotomy: a preliminary report. — 1947, 80: 174


Latta, H.
Pulmonary edema and pleural effusion produced by acute alpha-naphthyl thiourea poisoning in rats and dogs. — 1947, 80: 181


Pinck, B.D., and Zheutlin, B.
Penile ulcer caused by Micrococcus tetragenus. — 1947, 80: 198


Key, J.A.
Idiopathic low back pain and sciatica - 25 years ago and now. — 1947, 80: 217


Robinson, J., and Gantt, W.H.
The orienting reflex (questioning reaction) cardiac, respiratory, salivary and motor components. — 1947, 80: 231


Gonzales Revilla, A.
Neurinomas of the cerebellopontile recess. A clinical study of one hundred and sixty cases including operative mortality and end results. — 1947, 80: 254


Grob, D., Lilienthal, J.L., Jr., and Harvey, A.M.
On certain vascular effects of curare in man: the "histamine" reaction. — 1947, 80: 299


Bing, R.J., Vandam, L.D., and Gray, F.D., Jr.
Physiological studies in congenital heart disease. III. Results obtained in fives cases of Eisenmenger's complex. — 1947, 80: 323


Kubie, L.S.
The impact of modern psychiatry on medical education, medical practice, and hospital organization. — 1947, 80: 348



1947 - Volume 81

Thomas, L.
Studies on the intravascular thromboplastic effect of tissue suspensions in mice. I. The reaction of mice to intravenous injections of a sedimentable tissue component. — 1947, 81: 1


Thomas, L.
Studies on the intravascular thromboplastic effect of tissue suspensions in mice. II. A factor in normal rabbit serum which inhibits the thromboplastic effect of the sedimentable tissue component. — 1947, 81: 26


Stansly, P.G., Shepherd, R.G., and White, H.J.
Polymyxin: a new chemotherapeutic agent. — 1947, 81: 43


Litchfield, J.T., Jr., Adams, M.R., Goddard, L., Jaeger, M.S., and Alonso, L.
5-halo-2-thenyl derivatives of N, N-dimethyl-N'-2-pyridyl-ethylenediamine as antihistaminics. — 1947, 81: 55


Sullivan, M., and Blanchard, K.
Podophyllotoxin. A preliminary note. — 1947, 81: 65


Harkins, H.N., Hooker, D.H., Alford, T.C., Jr., Callander, J., Elliott, S.R., II, Kearms, W., Jr., Mitchener, J., and Cooley, D.A.
Symposium on vagotomy for peptic ulcer. I. Experimental observations. — 1947, 81: 79


Johns, T.N.P., and Grose, W.E.
Symposium on vagotomy for peptic ulcer. II. Early surgical results in forty-three cases. — 1947, 81: 92


Paulson, M., and Gladsden, E.S.
Medical aspects of vagotomy for peptic ulcer. Including observations on the clinical value of the insulin test and on postoperative criteria for the completeness of bilateral gastric vagus section. — 1947, 81: 107


Hanrahan, E.M.
The experimental investigation of peptic ulcer. — 1947, 81: 131


Otenasek, F.J.
Progressive paralysis of the nervous interosseus dorsalis: pathological findings in one case. — 1947, 81: 163


Franklin, J., Genest, J., and Newman, E.V.
The mechanism of excretion of ammonium thiosulfate. — 1947, 81: 168


Trimble, I.R., and Reese, F.M.
The use of television in surgical operations. — 1947, 81: 186


Vandam, L.D., Bing, R.J., and Gray, F.D., Jr.
Physiological studies in congenital heart disease. IV. Measurements of the circulation in five selected cases. — 1947, 81: 192


Grob, D., Lilenthal, J.L., Jr., Harvey, A.M., and Jones, B.F.
The administration of di-isopropyl fluorophosphate (DFP) to man. I. Effect on plasma and erythrocyte cholinesterase; general systemic effects; use in study of hepatic function and erythropoiesis; and some properties of plasma cholinesterase. — 1947, 81: 217


Grob, D., Lilenthal, J.L., Jr., and Harvey, A.M.
The administration of di-isopropyl fluorophosphate (DFP) to man. II. Effect on intestinal motility and use in the treatment of abdominal distention. — 1947, 81: 245


Grob, D., Harvey, A.M., Langworthy, O.R., and Lilienthal, J.L., Jr.
The administration of di-isopropyl fluorophosphate (DFP) to man. III. Effect on the central nervous system with special reference to the electrical activity of the brain. — 1947, 81: 257


Harvey, A.M., Lilienthal, J.L., Jr., Grob, D., Jones, B.F., and Talbot, S.A.
The administration of di-isopropyl fluorophosphate to man. IV. The effects on neuromuscular function in normal subjects and myasthenia gravis. — 1947, 81: 267


Baker, B.M., Jr., and Platt, D.
Vivax relapse rates following continued atabrine suppressive medication: observations on malaria in an infantry regiment. — 1947, 81: 295


Van Metre, T.E., Jr.
The influence of hypervitaminosis A on bone growth. — 1947, 81: 305


Rich, A.R., and Gregory, J.E.
Experimental anaphylactic lesions of the coronary arteries of the "sclerotic' type, commonly associated with rheumatic fever and disseminated lupus erythematosus. — 1947, 81: 312


Ward, T.G., and Leymaster, G.R.
Observations on epidemic of influenza B occurring at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in November-December, 1945. — 1947, 81: 325


Schipper, G.
Unusual pathogenicity of Pasteurella multocida isolated from the throats of common wild rats. — 1947, 81: 333


Sullivan, M.
Nutritional dermatoses in the rat. XII. The influence of deficiencies on the extent of injury and healing time of liquid mustard gas burns. — 1947, 81: 367


Zubrod, C.G.
Comparative efficiency of single and multiple dosage regimens of the penicillins. — 1947, 81: 400


Scott, H.W., Jr., and Payne, T.P.B.
Diffuse congenital cystic hyperplasia of stomach clinically simulating carcinoma. Report of a case. — 1947, 81: 448



1948 - Volume 82

Bloxsom, A., and Matthaei, R.
An anti-Rh antigen-antibody reaction factor (the Rh protective factor). Preliminary report. — 1948, 82: 1


Whitehorn, J.C.
Psychotherapy in general medical practice. — 1948, 82: 10


Shulz, C.S., and Duke, J.R.
The resistance of the young rabbit to the diabetogenic effect of alloxan. — 1948, 82: 20


Van Metre, T.E., Jr.
Malignant tumors of the nasopharynx. — 1948, 82: 42


Lincoln, E.M., Stone, S., and Hoffman, O.R.
The treatment of miliary tuberculosis with promizole. — 1948, 82: 56


Friedenwald, J.S., and Woods, A.C.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. I. Introduction and outline. — 1948, 82: 81


Friedenwald, J.S., Scholz, R.O., Snell, A., Jr., and Moses, S.G.
Studies on physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. II. Primary reaction of mustard with corneal epithelium. — 1948, 82: 102


Maumenee, A.E., and Scholz, R.O.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas allied toxic agents. III. The histopathology of the ocular lesions produced by the sulfur and nitrogen mustards. — 1948, 82: 121


Friedenwald, J.S., Buschke, W., and Scholz, R.O.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. IV. Effects of mustard and nitrogen mustard on mitotic and wound healing activities of the corneal epithelium. — 1948, 82: 148


Friedenwald, J.S., and Buschke, W.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. V. Nuclear fragmentation produced by mustard and nitrogen mustards in the corneal epithelium. — 1948, 82: 161


Friedenwald, J.S.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. VI. Note on karyolysis of the corneal stroma cells. — 1948, 82: 178


Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. VII. The adhesion of epithelium to stroma in the cornea. — 1948, 82: 182


Herrmann, H.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. VIII. The effect of histamine and relates substances on the cohesion of the corneal epithelium. — 1948, 82: 208


Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. IX. Loosening of the corneal epithelium after exposure to mustard. — 1948, 82: 213


Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. X. Exploratory studies on corneal metabolism. — 1948, 82: 225


Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XI. The effect on mustard on some metabolic processes in the cornea. — 1948, 82: 251


Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XII. Further experiments on corneal metabolism in respect to glucose and lactic acid. — 1948, 82: 260


Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XIII. The consumption of pyruvate, acetoin, acetate, and butyrate by the cornea. — 1948, 82: 273


Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XIV. The utilization of ribose and other pentoses by the cornea. — 1948, 82: 287


Herrmann, H., and Moses, S.G.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XV. Studies on non-protein nitrogen in the cornea. — 1948, 82: 295


Friedenwald, J.S., Buschke, W., and Moses, S.G.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XVI. Comparison of the effects of mustard, ultraviolet and X-radiation and colchicine on the cornea. — 1948, 82: 312


Friedenwald, J.S.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XVII. Summary and some possible interpretations. — 1948, 82: 326


Hughes, W.F., Jr.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. Appendix I. The tolerance of rabbit cornea for various chemical substances. — 1948, 82: 338


Friedenwald, J.S., and Moses, S.G.
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. Appendix II. A mechanical device for the extraction of soluble compounds from the cornea and other tough tissues. — 1948, 82: 350


Zubrod, C.G.
Relation of dosage schedule to therapeutic efficiency of streptomycin in the treatment of K. pneumoniae infections in mice. — 1948, 82: 357


Carroll, D.G., and Hunninen, A.V.
Studies on schistosomiasis japonica on the Philippine Islands. 3. A clinical study of 72 cases treated with tartar emetic. — 1948, 82: 366


Adams, F.M., and Fisher, E.G.
The clinical use of penicillin in oil and beeswax in pediatric practice. — 1948, 82: 373


Livingston, S.
Sedimentation rate in asthma in children. — 1948, 82: 385


Rich, A.R.
A hitherto unrecognized tendency to the development of widespread pulmonary vascular obstruction in patients with congenital pulmonary stenosis (Tetralogy of Fallot). — 1948, 82: 389


Marsahll, E.K., Jr.
The dosage schedule of penicillin in bacterial infections. — 1948, 82: 403


Kaiser, I.H.
Effect of atropine and estrogens on intraocular uterine transplants in the rabbit. — 1948, 82: 429


Reynolds, S.R.M., Heard, O.O., Bruns, P., and Hellman, L.M.
A multi-channel strain-gage tokodynamometer: an instrument for studying patterns of uterine contractions in pregnant women. — 1948, 82: 446


Penneys, R., and Thomas, C.B.
Oximeter control of arterial oxygen saturation in anoxemia studies. — 1948, 82: 470


Davidson, A.
Scottish experiments in social medicine. — 1948, 82: 479


Rienhoff, W.F., Jr.
Antethoracal transplantation of the stomach in the treatment of congenital atresia of the thoracic esophagus. A preliminary report. — 1948, 82: 496


Duncan, L.E., Jr., Mirick, G.S., and Howard, J.E.
Total intravenous alimentation. Its effect on mineral and bacterial content of feces. — 1948, 82: 515


Jameson, W.
The British National Health Service. — 1948, 82: 529


Gray, F.G.
A familial spread of vaccinia with one death. Isolation and identification of the virus. — 1948, 82: 538


Ravitch, M.M., and McCune, R.M., Jr.
Reduction of intussusception by hydrostatic pressure. An experimental study.. — 1948, 82: 550


Bordley, J.E., Hardy, W.G., and Richter, C.P.
Audiometry with the use of galvanic skin-resistance response. A preliminary report. — 1948, 82: 569


Kidd, J.G.
Viruses and virus-like agents as causes of cancer. A brief recounting and reflection. — 1948, 82: 583


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Epilepsy therapeutic conference. The treatment of epilepsy. — 1948, 82: 601


Handelsman, J.C., Bing, R.J., Campbell, J.A., and Griswold, H.E.
Physiological studies in congenital heart disease. V. The circulation in patients with isolated septal defects. — 1948, 82: 615



1948 - Volume 83

Bodian, D.
The virus, the nerve cell, and paralysis. A study of experimental poliomyelitis in the spinal cord. — 1948, 83: 1


Gale, E.F.
The nitrogen metabolism of gram-positive bacteria. — 1948, 83: 119


Thomas, L., and Stetson, C.A., Jr.
Sulfhydryl compounds and the sickling phenomenon. A preliminary report. — 1948, 83: 176


Gonzales Revilla, A.
Differential diagnosis of tumors at the cerebellopontile recess. — 1948, 83: 187


Elliott, S.R., II, and Scott, H.W., Jr.
Effect of para-aminohippuric acid on sodium thiosulfate determinations in renal clearance studies. — 1948, 83: 213


Walker, J.S.
Therapeutic evaluation of Iso-Par in otitis externa. — 1948, 83: 225


Otenasek, F.J.
Prefrontal lobotomy for the relief of intractable pain. — 1948, 83: 229


Ziegler, R.F.
The cardiac mechanism during anesthesia and operation in patients with congenital heart disease and cyanosis. — 1948, 83: 237


Wagley, P.F., and Morgan, H.R.
Observations on the effects of folic acid antagonists, folic acid, liver extract and vitamin B12 on embryonated eggs. A preliminary report. — 1948, 83: 275


Nyda, M.J., De Majo, S.F., and Lewis, R.A.
The effect of ovariectomy and physiologic doses of estradiol upon body weight, linear growth and fat content of the female albino rat. — 1948, 83: 279


Conley, C.L., Rathburn, H.K., Morse, W.I., II, and Robinson, J.E., Jr.
Circulating anticoagulant as a cause of hemorrhagic diathesis in man. — 1948, 83: 288


Fisher, A.M., and Cobb, S.
The clinical manifestations of the severe form of diphtheria. — 1948, 83: 297


Payne, T.P.B., and Cruickshank, A.H.
Antibody formation in alloxan diabetes. A comparison of the precipitin response to egg albumen of normal rabbits and of rabbits with alloxan diabetes. — 1948, 83: 326


Landau, S.W., and Gay, L.N.
Comparative study of antihistamine substances. I. Introduction and Dale experiments. — 1948, 83: 330


Landau, S.W., Marriott, H.J.L., and Gay, L.N.
Comparative study of antihistamine substances. II. Activity in vivo against histamine intoxication and anaphylactic shock of guinea pigs. — 1948, 83: 343


Gay, L.N., Landau, S.W., Carliner, P.E., Davidson, N.S., Furstenberg, F.F., Herman, N.B., Nelson, W.H., Parsons. J.W., and Winkenwerder, W.L.
Comparative study of antihistamine substances. III. Clinical observations. — 1948, 83: 356


Schaub, I.G.
The cultural differentiation of paracolon bacilli. — 1948, 83: 367


Proctor, D.F., Crowe, S.J., and Polvogt, L.M.
Irradiation of lymphoid tissue in diseases of the upper respiratory tract. — 1948, 83: 383


Genest, J., Newman, E.V., Kattus, A.A., Sinclair-Smith, B., and Genecin, A.
Renal function before and after surgical resection of coarctation of the aorta. — 1948, 83: 429


Bing, R.J., Vandam, L.D., Handelsman, J.C., Campbell, J.A., Spencer, R., and Griswold, H.E.
Physiological studies in congenital heart disease. VI. Adaptations to anoxia in congenital heart disease with cyanosis. — 1948, 83: 439



1949 - Volume 84

Schaub, I.G., and Guilbeau, J.A.
The occurrence of pleuro-pneumonia-like organisms in material from the postpartum uterus; simplified methods for isolation and staining. — 1949, 84: 1


Sullivan, M.
Subungual hemorrhages and hyperkeratoses due to Everon. — 1949, 84: 11


Crowe, S.J.
Recollections of William Stewart Halsted, a great surgeon. — 1949, 84: 15


Buerk, M.S., and Tucker, H.A.
Penicillin in the treatment of early syphilis complicating hemophilia. Report of case treated with 48 million units of oral penicillin G.. — 1949, 84: 24


Ratnoff, O.D.
Studies on a proteolytic enzyme in human plasma. IV. The rate of lysis of plasma clots in normal and diseased individuals, with particular reference to hepatic disease. — 1949, 84: 29


Kuhn, R.A., and Macht, M.B.
Some manifestations of reflex activity in spinal man with particular reference to the occurrence of extensor spasm. — 1949, 84: 43


Griswold, H.E., Bing, R.J., Handelsman, J.C., Campbell, J.A., and LeBrun, E.
Physiological studies in congenital heart disease. VII. Pulmonary arterial hypertension in congenital heart disease. — 1949, 84: 76


Ratnoff, O.D.
Recent concepts in the treatment of hepatic disease. — 1949, 84: 101


Morse, W.I., 2nd
Hereditary myoclonus epilepsy. Two cases with pathological findings. — 1949, 84: 116


Newman, E.V., Kattus, A.A., Genecin, A., Genest, J., Calkins, E., and Murphy, J.
Observations on the clearance method of determining renal plasma flow with diodrast, para-aminohippuric acid (PAH) and para-acetylaminohippuric acid (PACA). — 1949, 84: 135


Payne, T.P.B.
An unusual case of squamo-basal cell carcinoma. — 1949, 84: 169


Davis, F.W., Genecin, A., and Smith, E.W.
Gaucher's disease with trombocytopenia, an instance of selective hypersplenism. — 1949, 84: 176


Buckley, J.J., Buckley, S.M., and Gey, M.K.
Tissue culture studies on liver cells of anaphylactically (Arthus) sensitized animals in the presence of the sensitizing antigen. — 1949, 84: 195


Follis, R.H., Jr.
Failure of glucoascorbic acid in the diet to produce scurvy in mice. — 1949, 84: 204


Boyarsky, S., Burnett, J.M., and Barker, W.H.
Renal failure in embolic glomerulonephritis as a complication of subacute bacterial endocarditis. — 1949, 84: 207


Peck, J.L., and Thomas, L.
Studies on the hemolysis of human erythrocytes by homologous complement in the presence of tannic acid. — 1949, 84: 216


Lilienthal, J.L., Jr., Zierler, K.L., and Folk, B.P.
A simple volumeter for measuring the oxygen consumption of small animals. — 1949, 84: 238


Gilbert, R.A., Call, R.A., and Roose, D.J.
The clinical results of combined penicillin and ice therapy. — 1949, 84: 245


Conley, C.L., Hartmann, R.C., and Morse, W.I., II
Circulating anticoagulants: a technique for their detection and clinical studies. — 1949, 84: 255


Campbell, J.A., Bing, R.J., Handelsman, J.C., Griswold, H.E., and Hammond, M.
Physiological studies in congenital heart disease. VIII. The physiological findings in two patients with complete transposition of the great vessels. — 1949, 84: 269


Engel, F.L., Martin, S.P., and Taylor, H.
On the relation of potassium to the neurological manifestations of hypocalcemic tetany. — 1949, 84: 285


Hill, K.R.
An investigation into the presence of antibodies and hypersensitivity in the encephalitis produced experimentally by the injection of homologous brain suspensions. — 1949, 84: 302


Cruickshank, A.H., and Payne, T.P.B.
Anti-pneumococcal powers of the blood in alloxan diabetes in the rabbit. — 1949, 84: 334


Kattus, A.A., Sinclair-Smith, B., Genest, J., and Newman, E.V.
The effect of exercise on the renal mechanism of electrolyte excretion in normal subjects. — 1949, 84: 344


Sinclair-Smith, B., Kattus, A.A., Genest, J., and Newman, E.V.
The renal mechanism of electrolytes excretion and the metabolic balances of electrolytes and nitrogen in congestive cardiac failure; the effects of exercise, rest and aminophyllin. — 1949, 84: 369


Freymann, M.W., and Bang, F.B.
Human conjunctivitis due to the Newcastle virus in the U.S.A.. — 1949, 84: 409


Bromiley, R.G., and Bard, P.
Tremor and changes in reflex status produced by DDT in decerebrate, decerebrate-decerebellate and spinal animals. — 1949, 84: 414


Penneys, R., Thomas, C.B., and McLean, R.L.
A constant degree of anoxemia obtained by the administration of a gas of variable oxygen concentration. — 1949, 84: 430


Bryer, M.S., Schoenbach, E.B., Wood, R.M., and Long, P.H.
The treatment of acute brucellosis with aureomycin. — 1949, 84: 444


Zubrod, C.G.
Experimental klebsiella meningitis treated with intrathecal and intramuscular streptomycin. — 1949, 84: 461


Gay, L.N., and Carliner, P.E.
The prevention and treatment of motion sickness. I. Seasickness. — 1949, 84: 470


Bang, F.B.
A factor in old hepatitis serum capable of agglutinating chicken red cells. — 1949, 84: 497


Ratnoff, O.D., and Mirick, G.S.
Influence of sex upon the lethal effects of an hepatotoxic alkaloid, monocrotaline. — 1949, 84: 507


Scott, R.B., and Brack, C.B.
Attempted heterologous transplantation of carcinoma of the cervix. — 1949, 84: 526


Grob, D., and Harvey, A.M.
Observations on the effects of tetraethyl pyrophosphate (TEPP) in man, and on its use in the treatment of myasthenia gravis. — 1949, 84: 532


Friedenwald, J.S., and Crowell, J.E.
Histochemical studies on nucleic acid phosphatase. — 1949, 84: 568



1949 - Volume 85

Longcope, W.T.
Sir William Osler and bacterial endocarditis. — 1949, 85: 1


Tumulty, P.A., and Harvey, A.M.
The clinical course of disseminated lupus erythematosus. An evaluation of Osler's contributions. — 1949, 85: 47


Wintrobe, M.M.
Osler's chronic cyanotic polycythemia with splenomegaly. — 1949, 85: 75


Wagley, P.F.
A consideration of the Banti syndrome. — 1949, 85: 87


Thomas, C.B., Howard, E., and Isaacs, A.
The effect of sodium withdrawal upon the body weight of normal young men. — 1949, 85: 115


Lett. J.E., and Dietz, M.W.
Bronchography in the severely discharging lung. — 1949, 85: 135


Baxter, J.H.
Pyridine level and kidney injury in rats; the influence of diet, with particular attention to methionine, cystine, and choline. — 1949, 85: 138


Billings, F.T., Jr., and DePree, H.E.
Diagnosis of portal vein obstruction; studies of intestinal absorption of glucose using abdominal collateral veins. — 1949, 85: 183


Sullivan, M.
Treatment of cutaneous carcinoma with podophyllin. Preliminary note. — 1949, 85: 200


Carnes, W.H., and Raffel, S.A.
A comparison of sarcoidosis and tuberculosis with respect to complement fixation with antigens derived from the tubercle bacillus. — 1949, 85: 204


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Clinical therapeutic trial of a new drug. — 1949, 85: 221


Hartmann, R.C., Conley, C.L., and Lalley, J.S.
Studies in the initiation of blood coagulation. I. The relationship of platelets to the clot-promoting effect of glass surfaces. — 1949, 85: 231


Proctor, D.F., and Hardy, J.B.
Studies of respiratory air flow. I. Significance of the normal pneumo-tachogram. — 1949, 85: 253


Follis, R.H., Jr., and Berthrong, M.
Histochemical studies on cartilage and bone. I. The normal pattern. — 1949, 85: 281


Ratnoff, O.D., and Mirick, G.S.
Acute hepatitis in general hospital practice. The role of transfusions and inoculations. — 1949, 85: 299


Scott, H.W., Jr., and Cantrell, J.R.
Colonmetrographic studies of the effects of section of the parasympathetic nerves of the colon. — 1949, 85: 310


Rich, A.R., and Berthrong, M.
Evidence for the presence of ribonucleic acid in the cytoplasmic bodies that appear in the hepatic and adrenal epithelial cells of man in acute infection. — 1949, 85: 327


Marshall, C., and Walker, A.E.
Electrocorticography. — 1949, 85: 344


Follis, R.H., Jr.
Studies on the chemical differentiation of the developing cartilage and bone. I. General method. Alkaline phosphatase activity. — 1949, 85: 360


Zierler, K.L., Folk, B.P., Magladery, J.W., and Lilenthal, J.L., Jr.
On creatinuria in man. The roles of the renal tubule and of muscle mass. — 1949, 85: 370


Bordley, J.E., Carey, R.A., Harvey, A.M., Howard, J.E., Kattus, A.A., Newman, E.V., and Winkenwerder, W.L.
Preliminary observations on the effect of adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) in allergic diseases. — 1949, 85: 396


Van Metre, T.E., Jr.
Low electrical skin resistance in the region of pain in painful acute sinusitis. — 1949, 85: 409


Bang, F.B., and Libert, R.
Agglutination of red cells altered by the action of Newcastle disease virus. I. The effect of chicken sera from infected birds on sensitized cells. — 1949, 85: 416


King, A.B., and Richter, C.P.
Spinal subdural abscess due to a congenital dermal sinus and accompanying changes in the autonomic nervous system. — 1949, 85: 431