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I. CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS
Phlyctenular conjunctivitis is one of the most frequent eye diseases of childhood. Its appearance in typical cases is characteristic. The grayish nodule in or about the cornea, the injection of the surrounding conjunctival vessels, the lacrimation and photophobia...
It is not generally recognized that children are subject to most of the urologic diseases common to the adult. A review of recent pediatric and surgical literature would lead one to believe that, excluding a few well recognized conditions (as vesical calculus, pyelitis and renal tumors), urinary...
In sexual precocity of the male we observe as the most striking feature a premature, disproportionate and excessive development of the genitals to the size of those of the full grown man, and also an early development of the secondary sexual characteristics, such as the growth of hairs...
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