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The origin of pathologic anatomy may be traced to the earliest human record. The ancient Egyptians and Greeks had at least a slight conception of this subject. Pliny states that the kings of Egypt ordered the bodies of the dead opened so that physicians might find the diseases...
Several years ago, one of us1 studied a group of children suffering from bronchial asthma, the cause of which was traced to rabbit hair. In none of these cases was it possible to obtain any hereditary evidence of protein sensitivity; the opinion was therefore expressed at that time that...
The etiology of hemorrhage in the new-born, except in cases of hemorrhagic disease, is one of the puzzling problems of medicine. Whenever such hemorrhage occurs, trauma or syphilis is suspected, but frequently autopsy does not reveal either of these. In animals such causes are eliminated...
Wahl,1 in his paper on neuroblastoma in 1914, stated that it was possible to recognize this particular tumor much more readily than previously. This advance he attributed to the extensive investigation of the development of the sympathetic nervous system. The number of cases reported has...
Evidence accumulated in many clinics by different observers has established beyond peradventure the existence of sickle cell anemia as a distinct clinical entity. Although the condition was first recognized by Herrick and reported as early as 1910,1 the relatively high morbidity among...
As has been known for many years, more or less prolonged exposure to the violet and ultraviolet rays of the sun, and naturally to those artificially produced, may cause not only systemic disturbances but also inflammatory and degenerative changes in the skin, varying with the person. The...
At the suggestion of our president, this meeting of the American Child Health Association is to consider:
How far have we come? What have we accomplished? What is our next step?
The all wise program committee has decided that a brief outline of child health work in the...
APPOINTMENT OF DR. DE LANGE
Dr. Cornelia de Lange has been made Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Amsterdam. She is the first woman to be appointed to a professorship in pediatrics or to any other professorship in Holland.
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