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To what extent does the intestine afford ingress to the tubercle bacillus is a problem that has received much attention within recent years, and yet, despite the enormous amount of work which has been done, we seem no nearer a definite conclusion. From a survey of the abundant literature on the...
Although a considerable number of instances of congenital unilateral elevation of the scapula and some fourteen of bilateral elevation have been reported in the literature since the affection was first described, the etiology of Sprengel's deformity remains obscure. Several theories have been...
The subject of ward infections in children's hospitals has long been one of discussion from the standpoint of contagious diseases, while the infectious nature of the respiratory affections has received little attention until recently. In the wards of the Babies' Hospital it is not measles,...
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