E. A. Cockayne
P. Lecomte du Noüy
S. B. Wolbach
Immanuel Kant, Wilhelm Weischedel
In a paper1 on certain clinical features of sudden obstruction of the coronary arteries, read six years ago before the Association of American Physicians, I called attention to the fact that while such obstruction as by a thrombus was very often suddenly...
Alfred North Whitehead
W. H. R. Rivers
E. de K. Leffingwell
A Preliminary Note on the Morphology of the Corpus Striatum and the Origin of the Neopallium.
D. R. Paterson
Arthur W. Sampson
SYNOPSIS The measurements of solar radiation intensity at normal incidence made at Washington, D. C., Madison, Wis., Lincoln, Nebr., and Santa Fe, N. Mex., have been utilized in determinations of the intensities for the Atlantic Coast States, the Plains...
THE OXYGEN OF THE ARTERIAL AND VENOUS BLOOD IN PNEUMONIA AND ITS RELATION TO CYANOSIS
J. F. (James Frank) Colyer, Evelyn Sprawson
J. Laurence (James Laurence) Laughlin
It is my purpose in this paper to call attention to some of the peculiar drug reactions occurring in man and, at the same time, to offer an explanation of them.In a perusal of the recent textbooks on pharmacology, it was found that the word "idiosyncrasy"...
R. A. Fisher
J. C. Maxwell Garnett
Studies on Elective Localization Focal Infection with Special Reference to Oral Sepsis
This is one of only two papers on streptococci (the other was also published in 1919) in which Avery is listed as a contributor. It marks the start of a long and outstanding career of research on streptococcus by one of Avery's proteges, Rebecca Craighill...
H. B. Phillips
O Temple, Charles Lindsay Temple
THE OXYGEN AND CARBON DIOXIDE CONTENT OF ARTERIAL AND OF VENOUS BLOOD IN NORMAL INDIVIDUALS AND IN PATIENTS WITH ANEMIA AND HEART DISEASE
Edward M. East, Donald F. Jones
Paul H. (Paul Henry) Nystrom
Mary J. Rathbun
University of Minnesota Masters thesis. May 1919. Major: Surgery. 1 computer file (PDF); 33 pages.
J. J. R. Macleod, R. G. Pearce
J. J. Griffith
Robert E. Coker
T. D. A. Cockerell
Wilfred H. Osgood, N. Hollister
Frank Bunker Gilbreth, Lillian Moller Gilbreth
Willam H. Harris, Felix P. Chillingworth
Percy Sargent, J. G. Greenfield
In the administration of the National Forests the aim is to convey to the greatest possible number the full benefit of all the resources which the Forests contain and at the same time to perpetuate these resources by regulating their use. Accordingly,...
G. A. Beazeley
Floyd H. Allport
Book containing statistical figures regarding the United States of America's conflict with Germany during World War I, including statistics for casualties, expenditures, and ordnance. Index starts on page 151.
Stricture of the rectum, excluding neoplastic stenosis, is not a disease entity but is the result of a congenital malformation, or of an infection, inflammation, irritation or trauma (either mechanical or surgical). In form, strictures are annular, tubular...
Hartley H. T. Jackson, Maurice C. Hall
R. B. Seymour Sewell
J. E. Marr
Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
United States. War Dept. Military Intelligence Division, Leonard Porter Ayres
Edmund S. Conklin
W. H. Twenhofel
Edward L. Thorndike
Heniiy A. Christian
Oswald T. Avery, Glenn E. Cullen
Walter Spurgeon Beach
C. S. Sherrington
J. M. H. Campbell, C.M. Pennefather
E. B. Hart, G. C. Humphrey
P. J. Daniell
Jan Christiaan Smuts
Ernest Carroll Faust
Willford I. King, John Koren
Franz Kafka (1883-1924)
Emmett J. Scott
A. S. Hitchcock, Paul C. Standley
Augustus B. Wadsworth
William H. Holmes
H. Caldwell Cook
The precipitation in Utah as shown by about 180 records of 5 to 49 years' length is least in the depressions and greatest on the higher windward slopes of the mountains generally, the amount being about 10 times greater on the higher mountains than on...
Wilhelm Schmidt, Sylvester Anthony Michael Sieber
Ralph G. Mills
John Livingston Lowes
Henry H. Goddard
H. M. W. Gray