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The following study considers infantile scurvy from a point of view which is somewhat unusual. Although it includes a chapter on diet, it is nevertheless chiefly concerned with scurvy as a hemorrhagic disease. This phase of the subject seemed worthy of investigation, as hemorrhage is the typical...
The term "hydrocephalus" is merely a symptomatic designation for an idiopathic disease. The subdivisions into acute and chronic, internal and external, congenital and acquired, are made according to no one standard, but according to several—pathological, clinical and...
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