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The diagnosis of bronchial dilatation in children very often presents the greatest difficulties, not only because the physical signs are particularly difficult to interpret at this age, but because a whole series of affections involving loss of substance or giving rise to abundant expectoration...
The walls of the esophagus are easily penetrated by the roentgen rays and so do not show any shadows even to the eyes of expert roentgenologists. Indirectly, however, by introducing materials which cast shadows into the esophagus, the outlines may be made visible. This method does not yield a...
Fasting of late has been frequently employed in the therapeutics of epilepsy, and numerous reports of fasts for this purpose are found in the literature. In the majority of cases, improvement of at least a transient nature follows fasting but permanent cure has not been demonstrated. Thus far,...
For the last seven years the routine physical examination of children in this institution has included a special survey for rickets. These examinations have been carried out almost every month on infants under 18 months of age and the data recorded on separate forms. In addition to noting the...
The problem of absorption from the intestine has taken on a new significance since it has been appreciated that the failure of calcification in rickets is coincident with and apparently dependent on the absorption of minerals. The experiments of Schabad,1 Schloss2 and others, including us,3 have...
Recent efforts to cure cases of pylorospasm and habitual vomiting have been based on the use of thick cereals, or otherwise concentrated feedings of thick consistency. Though empirical, this method of feeding has given so many satisfactory results that one is now always willing to try a...
Varicella is generally characterized by a mild clinical course without any complications. This case is reported because it presents unusually bizarre and severe complications.
REPORT OF CASE
V. H., a boy, aged 6 years, was admitted to the United Israel Zion Hospital on May 3, 1923, referred by...
During the last ten years, the more general use of the electrocardiograph and the intensive study of cardiac conditions in children have revealed disturbances of rhythm and conduction in a considerable number of patients.
Heart block is one of the less common forms of abnormal cardiac mechanisms...
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