JAMA. 1926;86(24):1849. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670500037016.
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Fibrous Pulmonary Tuberculosis  In a clinical lecture delivered at the University of Strasbourg, Prof. Dumarest stated that fibrous pulmonary tuberculosis was common and almost invariably overlooked by the physician, the diagnosis being made only by radiology. Fibrous tuberculosis is benign rather than curable, but it may remain quiescent for a long time. Pregnancy does not influence it, while its treatment is the same as in other forms of pulmonary tuberculosis.

Marienbad  The high court of justice in Prague has just published its decision on the future control of the mineral springs at Marienbad. As is well known, the Czechoslovak land office, in its redistribution of land by the seizure and breaking up of large estates, encountered strong opposition from the German monastery at Tepl, to which all the mineral springs and much property of this watering place belong. The decision reached is a compromise, which leaves certain property, including the


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