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The object of this report is to present with all possible accuracy the results of the clinical, postmortem and histologic investigations in eight cases of internal hydrocephalus of the obstructive type, bringing special emphasis to bear on the obliterating lesion of the aqueduct of...
During the last fifty years, as a result of continuous study of the physiology and pathology of the spinal cord, the clinical diagnosis of intravertebral tumor has been made with increasing frequency. Many case reports are now available. From these it would appear that growths within the...
There has been an increasing amount of investigation on the metabolism of the new-born infant during the past few years, but only recently enough evidence has accumulated to be of any practical value to the general practitioner. This communication deals only with that part of the...
Owing to the fact that the examination of the blood in infants offers considerable aid in diagnosis, and that blood has been shown to be an effective medium for the introduction of therapeutic fluids, it has been necessary to look for other means of entering the blood stream than through...
These histories were obtained by personal interviews with parents, corroborated, when possible, by family physicians. Every effort was made to obtain an accurate history of the onset and course of the illness prior to admission. The wide publicity given this disease resulted in the early...
Recovery after the development of "walled-off" meningitis is rare. Fisher1 reported the first case recovery in a child. Verbizer and Chauvel2 report recovery in an adult.
REPORT OF CASE
History.—A child, 11 months old, a patient of Dr. Saulberry, developed...
Amaurotic Family Idiocy.—Amaurotic family idiocy is a disease of the central (cerebral) nervous system in which the principal symptoms consist in gradually increasing physical weakness, arrested mental development and gradual loss of sight. It is found almost exclusively in Jewish...
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