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The great prevalence of infantile paralysis in the United States in 1910 and its rapid increase in the last two or three years in this country, are matters which demand our serious consideration, and in the following paper will be presented the data obtainable on the subject, preceded by a brief...
During the first epidemic of poliomyelitis and in the recurrent outbreaks in New York and vicinity there have occurred here and there a number of cases which have been of great interest because of their close simulation of certain cerebral conditions which I shall mention later. I refer to those...
It hardly seems necessary to consider in detail the symptomatology of the ordinary classical type of the spinal form of infantile paralysis. Everyone knows how varied the onset may be and how much difference there is in the severity of the constitutional symptoms. It is common knowledge that the...
Epidemic poliomyelitis has, since its appearance in 1907-08 along the Atlantic seaboard, extended over the entire United States. This wide distribution has fortunately not been attended by a regular and uniform prevalence of the disease in all communities. Indeed, considerable territories would...
We now know that epidemic infantile paralysis is a result of an infective process produced by a specific virus which affects particularly the vessels of the meninges, leading to marked hyperemia, infiltration and inflammation, and to secondary involvement and degeneration of...
It is the purpose of this paper to present, in rather broad outlines, the part which mineral salts play in carrying on the physiologic functions of the body, and in what manner they contribute to the various pathologic processes to which the infant and young child are subjected.
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