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Congenital dextrocardia is an exceedingly rare condition (Foggie, Graanboom and Osler), one of us (Moffett) being able to find only 126 cases reported in a review of the literature from the year 1649. The exact cause for this malposition does not seem to be clear, though numerous investigators...
Complete postmortems in cases of this condition have been reported by Spiller, Baudouin, Lereboullet-Baudouin, Collier-Holmes, Rothmann, Beevor and Kaumheimer; Reyher-Helmholz in one necropsy examined only the musculature, and Bing, Collier-Holmes and Skoog respectively, examined a small piece...
Eli S. was born at full term, after a normal delivery, about Jan. 1, 1906. He weighed 3 pounds. His mother noticed, when he was 4 months old, that his lips, cheeks and nails were always blue and that at times he was blue all over. He was feeble from the beginning and, when he was old enough to...
Acute endocarditis, simple or malignant, is (with rare exceptions) a secondary and not a primary process. The morbid condition is the result of an infection by some micro-organism or its toxin. The action, Anders believes, is assisted by the friction between the blood current and the surfaces of...
Catarrhal jaundice, or acute duodenitis with icterus, is a common disease in children between the ages of 3 and 6 years. It is, however, only infrequently met in children under 2 years of age, and is extremely rare during the first year of life. Holt,1 for example, states that he has never seen...
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