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In the past five years 3 of the children referred to the pediatric psychiatric clinic of the Babies Hospital were discovered to have intracranial tumors. The study of these patients aroused our interest in the general subject of mental symptoms, personality changes and behavior disorders...
This report is a continuation of the work published in September 19361 and describes a comprehensive study of seven different vaccines.
SAUER'S REGULAR VACCINE (10 BILLION COUNT) The study of this vaccine was covered in the previous paper.COMBINED DIPHTHERIA TOXOID AND PERTUSSIS...
It is of great importance to know (1) how poliomyelitis virus enters the human body and (2) how it passes into the central nervous system. Hurst1 has demonstrated that poliomyelitis can be produced in monkeys by injection of the virus into the sciatic nerve. His results established the...
In 1936 and 1938, 2 infants that died at the Babies Hospital within a month of their birth were found at autopsy to have an unusual type of encephalomyelitis. The disseminated inflammation was characterized by necrosis and miliary granulomas and was associated with focal chorioretinitis....
A case of ectopia cordis abdominalis occurred in our service at St. Vincent's Infant and Maternity Hospital recently.
REPORT OF CASE
History and Course.—The mother, S. F., a primipara aged 23 years, entered the hospital Sept. 15, 1941, in active labor. She...
Andersen,1 in 1938, gave a comprehensive analysis of the clinical laboratory and pathologic aspects of cystic fibrosis of the pancreas, basing her report on a series of 49 cases of the disease gathered from the files of the Babies Hospital in New York and from recent and past pediatric...
Although the anomaly of duodenal atresia alone is comparatively rare in the newborn, it has been described so frequently and so thoroughly that the presentation of a single case would not be justified. The complication of duodenal atresia by an additional rare anomaly of the intestine,...
Septic thrombophlebitis of the cavernous sinus secondary to infection of the face or nose was formerly a uniformly fatal disease. In 1936 Grove1 after surveying the literature concluded that the mortality was 100 per cent. Within the past two years there have been several recoveries...
NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCY AND NUTRITIONAL EDEMA
The terms nutritional deficiency and deficiency disease include an extremely wide field. Generally speaking, they are applied to conditions caused by deficiency of some of the materials essential for adequate nutrition,...
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