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As a part of a general investigation of hereditary syphilis, 100 consecutive cases of the infantile type were tabulated for special study. Some points were brought out in this way on which little stress is placed in the usual textbook discussion of hereditary syphilis, and it has seemed of...
During the past two years all cases of lobar pneumonia on the Children's Service at the Presbyterian Hospital have been roentgenographed at least once. In those cases showing a shadow, but in which bronchial voice and breathing were not heard, repeated roentgenograms were taken at varying...
Our knowledge of the pathogenesis and the anatomic varieties of tuberculosis in childhood has undergone considerable change during the past decade, and at present we know that the clinical types of pulmonary tuberculosis in the first few years of life are quite distinct from those of adults....
Congenital anomalies of the abdominal organs are now treated, not merely from an exclusively anatomic standpoint as curiosities, but have been given especial attention since the development of the embryology and teratology, and particularly since the advance in abdominal surgery. Displacements...
Refractometry is yet an almost blank chapter in pediatrics. In contrast to the now numerous papers on refractometry in adults, such researches in children are rare.
On normal refractometry of blood serum in healthy children we know only the papers of Reiss1 and Nast.2 According to Reiss the...
A lack of uniformity in the blood picture in tuberculous meningitis has been frequently noted in the Babies' Hospital during the last three or four years. The variations were so frequent and inexplicable that an effort was made to establish an average figure for the blood count in this...
An important aid in the study of fat digestive disorders of infants and young children is a quantitative estimation of the fat of the stools. Also it is frequently desirable to be able to follow the fat output from day to day as a guide to rational feeding. McClanahan and Moore1 say:
During the time that observations were made on a recently reported variety of sublingual gland inflammation1 notes were kept of other affections of the salivary glands seen in children. Three cases of salivary calculus and two of chronic sialodochitis were encountered.2
In his classical work on...
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