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The Indian Journal of Medical Research January 1929

1929

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The name Nujol " is a guarantee to the profession of absolute purity and insures that the viscosity of the liquid paraffin so labeled is physiologically correct at body temperature and in accord with the opinion of leading medical authorities. [...] IN a series of papers (2 to 6) on the Epidemiology of Cholera the role of the climatic factors rainfall relative humidity temperature and pressure on the incidence and spread of cholera has been discussed in detail. [...] Smallpox takes the first place among epidemic diseases in the tenacity and malignity with which it has pursued the human race over all the world and the tale of the destructive ravages of this pestilence in early times and of the suffering which resulted from it fills the mind with horror’ (9). [...] In order to present a clear picture of the mortality in the different areas the maximum and minimum deaths by months over the period of years consdered are given in Tables II and III. [...] On the other hand if mean and median are high and nearly equal as in the Madras groups B. & O. and PE the inference is that the average incidence is high and that these areas are uniformly affected by severe outbreaks or in other words that the areas are endemic.

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Cover i-ii The Director General, Indian Medical Service

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Frontmatter i-xviii The Director General, Indian Medical Service

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The Epidemiology of Smallpox 559-vi A.J.H. Russell, E.R. Sundararajan

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Comparative Study of the Larvæ of Anopheles Fuliginosus Pallidus and Philippinensis 639-viii M.O.T. Iyengar

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A Tricercomonas of the Pig 647-ii R. Knowles, B.M. Das Gupta

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A Note on A Trichomonas of the Porcupine 653-655 R. Knowles, B.M. Das Gupta

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Some Pathological Aspects of Chronic Appendicitis 656-663 T. Menon

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An Investigation into the Cause of Ascites 664-674 A.N. Bose

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A Simple Method of Preserving Fæces Containing Hookworm Eggs 675-i P.A. Maplestone

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A Re-Description of Wuchereria Bancrofti (Cobbold 1877) with Special Reference to the Tail of the Male 683-ii P.A. Maplestone

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Notes on Some Hæmatological and Serological Investigations in Leprosy 687-694 John Henderson, N.K. De, S. Ghosh

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Observations on Filariasis in Some Areas in British India. Part III 695-715 Vishnu Korke

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Notes on Some Indian Species of the Genus Phlebotomus. Part XXIV. Phlebotomus Barraudi N. Sp 716-iv J.A. Sinton

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Studies in Malaria with Special Reference to Treatment. Part XI. the Cinchona Alkaloids in the Treatment of Bengin Tertian Malaria 725-746 J.A. Sinton, W. Bird

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Observations on Vitamin B Deficiency in Pigeons (Including the Occurrence of Refection) 747-765 J. Taylor, U. Thant

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Further Observations on Malaria in Coorg 766-769 T.C. Young, abdul Majid

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Some Medicinal Plants Growing in the Himalayas II 770-779 R.N. Chopra, N.N. Ghosh, A.N. Ratnagiriswaran

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The Comparative Action of Ephedrine and Pseudoephedrine from Indian Varieties of Ephedra on the Heart 780-787 R.N. Chopra, B.D. Dikshit, K. Pillai

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The Manganese in Food-Stuffs 788-798 Clive Newcomb, G. Sankaran

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The Morbid Anatomy of Sprue 799-xiv F.P. Mackie, N. Fairley

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The Microscopical Changes Occurring in Organs After Death 827-v F.P. Mckie

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Anæmia in Sprue. an Analysis of 67 Cases 831-v N. Fairley, F.P. Mackie, H.S. Bilimoria

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Backmatter i-iv The Director General, Indian Medical Service

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technology medicine science

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390
SARF Document ID
sarf.120195

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