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THIS PAPER presents data on the effect of the thyrotropic hormone1 on I131 uptake by the thyroid for the differentiation of primary from secondary hypothyroidism in infancy and childhood.
While hypothyroidism in infancy and childhood has been the subject of much clinical research...
A TRIGGER mechanism is one in which motion is carried to a certain point, at which a resistance is met, but further motion carries it beyond the resistance with a snapping sensation or a definite "give." In the trigger thumb the motion from flexion to extension is most frequently blocked...
FROM A study of 600 adults with migraine1 it was noted that the onset of headache frequently occurred in childhood and also that psychological factors played a prominent role in the production of the migraine attack. As a result of these observations a group of 50 children with migraine...
CURRENT impressions and present-day pediatric texts generally regard transverse myelopathy as primarily an infectious process, that is to say, as so-called "transverse myelitis." There is considerable evidence, however, that a vascular etiology is actually involved in many, if not the...
ALTHOUGH preventive pediatrics is assuming increasing importance in the care of children, the incidence of accidental poisonings in childhood is by no means diminishing. Actually an absolute as well as relative increase in the incidence of such cases has been noted among patients...
BECAUSE pediatrician and the neurologist are so often confronted with the handicapped child showing evidence of paralysis and exhibiting seizures of one form or another due to cerebral birth injury, such signs and symptoms due to other causes are likely to be overlooked. It has long been...
WE ARE reporting an additional case of an agenesis of the lung. A critical and complete review of all previously reported cases is presented to serve as a useful reference concerning this rare anomaly.
REPORT OF CASE
A 2-day old baby girl was seen by one of...
Course in Rheumatic Heart Disease.—The Cook County Graduate School of Medicine announces a two-week intensive course on the diagnosis and treatment of congenital and of rheumatic heart disease in infants and children, presented by Benjamin M. Gasul, M.D., and Egbert H. Fell, M.D., and...
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