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A condition in which there is marked total leukocytosis with high relative lymphocytosis and without clinical signs or symptoms has so far as we know been reported in the literature only 4 times previously. Three of these reports were of...
Periodic family paralysis is a relatively rare disease of human beings. In an extensive review of the literature on the subject, Talbott1 stated that approximately 400 typical cases have been reported since Musgrave2 first described a case in 1727.
The disease is characterized by...
The investigations of Kauffmann in Denmark, of Hormaeche and his collaborators in Uruguay and of Edwards, Schiff, Seligmann, Bornstein and Saphra in the United States have added substantially to the knowledge of the antigenic structure and the incidence of paratyphoid bacilli and of...
The Rh factor of Landsteiner and Wiener1 has been shown to be related to about 90 per cent of the reactions to intragroup blood transfusion2 and to about 90 per cent of the cases of erythroblastosis (hemolytic disease of the fetus and of the newborn).3
In the typical case, the...
Pulmonary abscess undoubtedly occurs much more frequently in children than is commonly supposed, but it is frequently missed because it is difficult to detect it in children and especially in infants. Baron1 in 1908 reported an instance of abscess of the lung complicating otitis media in...
Recently a case of recurrent acute hemolytic anemia in a 4½ month old infant was observed in the pediatric service of Vanderbilt University Hospital.1 During a hemolytic crisis it was possible to demonstrate hemolytic activity of the patient's serum against his own red blood cells as...
Additional information regarding the familial character of fibrocystic disease is afforded by a family in which this condition was proved to occur in 2 children and probably occurred in 3.
Many instances are on record of the deaths of 2 siblings as a result of this condition. A...
Ectodermal dysplasia is a rare condition characterized by complete or partial anodontia and by defects in other ectodermal structures. Thoma,1 in his textbook "Oral Pathology," has given a collective review of 18 cases reported in the literature from 1883 to 1941, and Brodie and Sarnat2...
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