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Rich,1 in his recently published critical review of the evidence for the existence of acquired resistance to tuberculosis in the human being, emphasized particularly two circumstances that provide strong support for the premise that acquired resistance not only is possible but actually...
Numerous reports have been published recently on infections associated with streptococci of serologic groups other than Lancefield group A.1 In general, infections with non—group A streptococci are considered rare or atypical in cases of diseases of the respiratory tract, such as scarlet...
This paper is the first of a series dealing with the dietary intakes and eating habits of a group of well children living at home under conditions which are representative of a middle class population in the Boston area. The material presented has been collected over a period of fifteen...
Data on the basal metabolism of children 2 to 4 years of age are limited. Determination of the normalcy of the basal metabolism of a child is difficult because of the lack of precise values for comparison.
Basal metabolism, as the term is used in this study, means the basic heat...
Prior to the use of penicillin in the treatment of staphylococcic infection, empyema caused by the staphylococcus resulted in a mortality in children of approximately 34 per cent. Ladd and Swan1 recently reviewed the mortality statistics in 33 cases of staphylococcic empyema in infants...
In January 1906, Strong1 described an ulcerative cutaneous lesion which simulated the Delhi boil. His patient was a Filipino woman 35 years of age. Biopsy revealed that the tissues surrounding the lesion contained macrophages which were filled with parasites, resembled "cockle shells"...
The publisher of "Microbial Antagonisms and Antibiotic Substances" by Selman A. Waksman, Ph.D., Sc.D., reviewed in the August issue of the American Journal of Diseases of Children (70:129, 1945), is the Commonwealth Fund, not the Community Fund.
Announcement of Certification in Allergy, by the American Board of Pediatrics, Inc.—The American Board of Pediatrics, Inc., at its last meeting, in New York city, took final action establishing certification in allergy as a subspecialty of pediatrics.
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