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The disturbed integument of infants and children ill with eczema is infected frequently by bacterial "opportunists"1 and less often by filtrable viruses. Of the latter, the virus of vaccinia, chiefly as a cause of eczema vaccinatum, has been recognized more frequently than any other.2...
Several reviews1 stressing the paucity of data on the calcium and vitamin D requirements of older children suggested the desirability of bringing together a number of determinations over a significantly long term of the retention of these two items by older girls with varying intakes....
Occlusion of the urethral meatus is variously called "pinpoint meatus," "meatitis," "diaper ulcer," "acid burn" or "urine sore." Each term designates a particular stage of the same disease and attempts to indicate its etiologic factor.
The pathologic condition under discussion is...
Several articles published recently from this institution have dealt with the caries experience of diabetic children who were observed intermittently for long periods.1 Evidence has been offered to indicate the lessening of the progression of caries in these children through dietary...
The newborn infant gives no evidence that his cerebral hemispheres are functioning, and some writers have likened the infant at this stage to the reflex animal. Two cases recently observed showed that infants without cerebral hemispheres can, in fact, perform nearly all of the activities...
On Aug. 13, 1942 Maria Terezinha, a Negro infant 1 month and 12 days old, daughter of a youthful mother, was admitted to my ward of the hospital. The father was apparently healthy, but the mother during the pregnancy had had a positive Wassermann reaction. She had received antisyphilitic...
From the ill defined group of conditions known as von Jaksch's anemia, Cooley1 in 1927 separated a type of anemia which occurred in children which he regarded as a clinical entity and which presented characteristic clinical, roentgenologic and microscopic features. He reported that...
With the exception of myocarditis in rheumatic heart disease and myocardial degeneration associated with diphtheria, myocardial disease in children has received scant attention.
The meager literature on the subject of myocarditis reveals a wide divergence of opinion. Some authors...
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