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REVIEW OF LITERATURE
Reports of post-mortem findings showing pyloric stenosis with hypertrophy of the musculature, which was believed to be congenital, are found in the literature as early as 1841. Osler and Scudder accept references even much earlier. Landerer collected reports of ten such...
THE CLASSIFICATION OF THE FORMS OF CEREBROSPINAL MENINGITIS
Cerebrospinal meningitis is an infectious disease of the pia mater and arachnoid membranes of the brain and spinal cord. The confused basis of the classification of diseases, which is a legacy from former times, has led to considerable...
Dr. Rotch, of Boston, in his admirable work on "The Roentgen Ray in Pediatrics," has pointed out the need of improvement in our method of standardizing or grading growing children as to their capacity for physical and mental work. He has made the interesting and novel suggestion that the stage...
For some years past we have been much impressed by the frequency with which albumin, varying in amounts from very slight to marked traces, has been reported present in the urines of children we have seen in private practice. In these children we have been unable to detect abnormalities which we...
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