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Improper body position implies the lack of the use, or the incorrect use, of groups of muscles which are necessary for the maintenance of the erect attitude. The causes of this condition are many, but they will not be considered in this paper.
In the correction of improper body...
In an attempt to repeat the experiments of Hume and Smith,1 Chick and Tazelaar2 showed that it was not the irradiated air which cured the rachitic rats, but that the cure was effected through the ingested irradiated, excreta-soiled sawdust of the cages. Nelson and Steenbock3 showed that...
Holt and Howland1 in the last edition of their textbook, remarked: "The existence of primary anemia (pernicious anemia) in children is very doubtful. A number of cases have been reported but they do not, as a rule, bear critical analysis." In a review dated 1918, von Seht2 concluded that...
The literature since 1922 has contained numerous reports of the use of bismuth in the treatment of patients with syphilis. A few excellent papers have appeared on the treatment of congenitally syphilitic persons with this drug, but the number of cases reported has been few. Cajal and...
The first clinical description of this disease was reported by Kirkes.1 However, Corvisart and Leroux,2 in 1801, were the first to describe vegetations on the valves and the wall of the auricle which appeared to be typical of those of subacute bacterial endocarditis. In 1810, Wells3...
The following investigation was undertaken for the purpose of determining the possible relationship between the nitrogen intake and the rate of growth in normal and undernourished children. Two series of experiments were therefore performed on eight normal and nine undernourished...
Marmarek, in 1895, and Moser, in 1903, produced scarlet fever antistreptococcus serums. Lately, Dochez and the Dicks have introduced their antitoxins or serums. The older therapeutic agents (Moser and Marmarek) were long since discredited because of the intense reactions associated with...
Review of the Literature
Relation of Tumors of the Spinal Cord in Children to Membranes of the Spinal Cord
Age, Duration of Symptoms, Level and Pathologic Diagnosis
Sensory Changes and Paraesthesias
By idiopathic enlargement of the heart is meant an enlargement of the entire organ or parts of it which cannot be explained on a pathologic basis. I have found in the literature thirty-four cases reported as such which are accompanied by pathologic reports. In five of these, anomalies or...
The case of Meckel's diverticulum here reported is of interest on account of its unusual size and situation, and also because profuse intestinal hemorrhage was associated with it. Four other cases which resemble this one in regard to size and situation of the diverticulum have been...
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