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In the whole realm of clinical medicine in children, there is probably no field which presents more difficulties than does that of disease in the chest, yet such diseases are not rarities but are brought to our notice daily. The difficulties relate...
Studies on the filtrable virus of poliomyelitis, while invaluable as regards etiology, have yielded little of specific therapeutic importance except perhaps the serum from convalescent patients. Although the value of this serum is still a debated question, it seems to have beneficial...
With the increasing use of the ultraviolet light as an important therapeutic measure in the treatment of children, it is obviously necessary to ascertain the effect that this procedure has on the blood of the young organism. For this reason the following studies were made, of which this...
Even though in recent years various authors,1 some on the basis of one or two cases, and some2 with more extensive experience, have called attention to the fact that infants ill with pulmonary tuberculosis can and do recover, the opinion still prevails generally3 that a hopeless...
It is relatively uncommon for empyema of the thorax to go unrecognized for long periods of time following a primary pneumonia. In the case presented, one year elapsed between the original infection and the recognition of the existing empyema.
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That sunshine and cod liver oil will markedly affect calcium metabolism is altogether likely. The processes by which these effects are produced are but little understood. The studies presented here are part of a series being made to obtain data to throw light on the nature of the forces...
Postoperative leukocytosis was first described by George Schultz,1 in an article published in 1893. A number of confirmatory studies followed his publication of the fact that surgical operations on noninfected patients were followed by an increase in the blood leukocytes.
Since the Wassermann test was devised and has proved of such valuable aid in the diagnosis of syphilis, attempts have been made to devise a similar test for the diagnosis of active tuberculosis.
The complement-fixation test was thought for a time to fulfil the requirements of a...
In the numerous articles that have been written on erysipelas, a great variety of therapeutic agents have been recommended, most of which have eventually been proved to be ineffectual. Local remedies, comprising all sorts of ointments, compresses, lotions, the collodion ring, the...
In the article by Dr. M. Murray Peshkin, "Asthma in Children" (Am. J. Dis. Child. 32:862 [Dec.] 1926), the word "eczema" at the beginning of the eighth line on page 864 should read "asthma."
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