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Image from page 50 of "Southern medicine and surgery [serial]" (1921)

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Title: Southern medicine and surgery [serial]

Year: 1921 (1920s)


Subjects: Medicine

Publisher: Charlotte, N.C. : Charlotte Medical Press

Contributing Library: Health Sciences Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Digitizing Sponsor: North Carolina History of Health Digital Collection, an LSTA-funded NC ECHO digitization grant project



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rg., S4:443, 1941) deals with an analysis of 110 cases. Over 90per cent of these patients responded successfully to stil-bestrol, without any adjunct measure. In most instances,stilbestrol was administered orally in doses of 5 mg.. t. i. d.,for two days. Besides the plain tablets and ampoules of various sizesEli Lilly and Company have marketed Enseals (Enteric-Sealed Tablets, Lilly) stilbestrol having a special entericcoating for timed disintegration. WHAT IS THE MATTER WITH THE PATIENT WHOIS CHRONICALLY TIRED? <W. C. Alvarez, Rochester, Minn., in //. Mo. Med. Assn., Nov.)By all means give the tired person at least one goodoverhauling, but also keep a sharp lookout for those com-mon things—overwork .neurosis, postinfective neurosisnervous breakdown, constitutional inadequacy, equivalentsof insanity, actual insanity and cerebral arteriosclerosis.Physicians should learn to recognize these syndromes at aglance. January, 1942 SOUTHERN MEDICINE & SURGERY TOMMY MASON HATES MEDICINE


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There are many Tommy Masons— not only boys and girls but adults as well,who really need vitamin supplements but refuse medicine. For this very reasonRoche developed Cal-C-Tose. While Cal-C-Tose contains generous amounts of fiveessential vitamins it carries no suggestion of medication. Added to milk it makes arich, appetizing, chocolate-flavored drink that tickles the palate of the most finickypatient. It is delicious served either as a hot chocolate or as a cold, refreshing milk-shake. In addition to vitamins A, Bi, B2, C, and D, Cal-C-Tose contains diabasiccalcium phosphate and other valuable minerals. It is packaged -in 12-ounceand 5-pound containers . . . hoffmann-la roche, inc. • roche park • nutley, n. j. TRY CAL-C-TOSE FOR THAT PROBLEM PATIENT SOUTHERN MEDICINE & SURGERY January, 1942 BOOKS



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