EDITORIAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

Allan D Sutherland   Verifications.-A youth of nineteen summers and as many winters recently developed an impetigo on his otherwise calm and placid face. Unsightly pustules with yellowish crusting, showed themselves upon the chin, under it, on the cheeks and near the nose. Mezereum 45m F., one dose, was given, but the eruption went merrily … Read more

HUMAN MORPHOLOGY EXPLAINS HUMAN VARIATION, PREDISPOSITION AND SUSCEPTIBILITY

Philip Rice, M. D., F. A. C. S., New York.   The physical conditions which underlie and cause variation in function, predisposition and susceptibility in the human organism are at the present time of all things most obscure and perplexing. Nothing in the entire field of human endeavor is so shadowy and elusive as the … Read more

KALI BICHROMICUM IN INFLUENZA IN WASHINGTON

Read before the Annual Meeting of The International Hahnemannian Association, Philadelphia, July, 1926. Julia M. Green, Washington, D. C.   Influenza surely has been epidemic over most of the country during the last two years, cases appearing in any month but far more of them in cold weather. In some cities, though the cases have … Read more

SYPHILIS

Read before the Annual Meeting of The International Hahnemannian Association, Philadelphia, July, 1926. Its Manifestations. Examination of Patients. Eugene Underhill, M. D., Philadelphia.   Primary Stage. Duration–six to twelve weeks or until the beginning of secondary symptoms. Chancre or initial lesion appears in seven to forty-two days, usually at sight of a small abrasion, edge … Read more