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As aptly stated forty years ago,1 children suffering from progeria present a unique and weird clinical picture of "immaturity upon which has descended the blight of premature senility." This disease, which first becomes manifest at approximately 1 year of age in a previously healthy...
In some sections of tropical America one of the common forms of acute cutaneous lesions in children is cutaneous myiasis. In the United States, cutaneous myiasis in children occurs usually, according to my experiences, as a secondary infestation in chronic ulcerative cutaneous lesions,...
This is a condensed preliminary report of two years' experience with an ointment consisting of 5 per cent sulfathiazole in an oil in water type emulsion base used as a prophylaxis against impetigo and other pyodermas for 3,205 newborn infants. A report of its therapeutic use also is...
Regional obstructive pulmonary emphysema in children following an acute infection of the upper respiratory tract has only recently been recognized as a clinical entity. Benjamin and Childe1 presented this subject for the first time, in November 1939.
Recently 2 cases of pulmonary...
The present case of chronic pyelonephritis with renal acidosis due to failure of the renal tubules to reabsorb base carbonate is the first to come to my attention. In December 1939 Hartmann1 described the first case of primary renal acidosis with tubular insufficiency on record. His...
Amyotonia congenita (Oppenheim) is a rare disease. Since its differentiation by Oppenheim in 1900 from the general group of wasting diseases, there have appeared in the world's literature reports of about 200 cases, only about 50 of which have included observations at necropsy....
This book, which is a thoughtful summary of the relationship of the patient to the family, is a result of studies made at Cornell University Medical College in cooperation with the faculties of public health, medicine and psychiatry and the New York Hospital, with its social service...
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