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In pediatrics the amount of research in blood-pressure has been limited, and so far, but little of real value has been developed. While blood-pressure determination in adults is conceded to be of inestimable value, many practitioners consider that it has little or no significance in children....
This study was undertaken because of the unexpected results obtained in an examination of the blood-pressure in a marked case of anemia in an infant. The history of this case will be given in detail further on. It was found on looking up the literature that there were very few data as to the...
Elsewhere1 I have reported in a short preliminary note on the voice in chorea as analyzed by the aid of the vocal kymograph. This was merely the first blush, the original snap-shot of a single isolated case.
That note briefly reviewed the literature since 1841, showed the vagueness of former...
RELATION OF "EARLY" TO "LATE" SYPHILIS
During the past two years we have seen 123 cases of manifest hereditary syphilis at the St. Louis Children's Hospital. Of these seventy-four, or 60 per cent., belonged to the group commonly described as "late" hereditary syphilis while only forty-nine, or...
The cases reported have been seen in private practice during the past eight years. Cases seen in consultation with other physicians have not been included.
The history diagnosis was based on definite periodic attacks of vomiting, for which condition the patient was brought to me.
Since Oppenheim1 has described and outlined the clinical picture of this disease, a number of subsequent observations by this author and others have broadened the clinical aspect, adding new features to those first described.
Some observations were made, in which not only the muscles of the...
It is well known that since the introduction of the antimeningitis serum by Flexner in 1906, the mortality of meningococcus meningitis has decreased from 75 or 80 per cent. to 25 per cent, or less. Despite this fact, it is obvious that in a small percentage of cases the treatment of this disease...
A "vomiting baby" presents as many baffling problems as any condition in infancy. It is too often assumed that vomiting is a natural process and that it is only necessary to bide one's time and the baby will outgrow it. As a result of this attitude of mind, efforts at determining a cause of the...
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