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There are few diseases or conditions in infancy which have attracted more attention than the hemorrhages which occur during the first two weeks of life. The enormous literature devoted to this subject consists in part of case reports and collected statistics bearing on the...
The triumphant event in the study of chronic infantile paralysis is the change in the minds of the profession toward a more favorable prognosis. Whereas only a decade ago the accepted verdict was that "muscles which do not recover in the first weeks or months usually remain paralyzed for a whole...
Influenzal meningitis, on account of its rarity, has attracted little attention in medicine. However, as the condition is becoming better known, and especially since improved diagnostic methods have come into more general use, the number of cases reported from various countries is increasing...
It was 100 years after Harvey's discovery of the circulation of the blood that Hales demonstrated blood-pressure (1733), but it was a century later before physiologic experiments gave any reliable results. Ludwig1 in 1847 was the first to obtain a blood-pressure tracing, by means of a recording...
The following report of an investigation of inflammatory changes in the appendix during early infancy is made from the autopsy findings in 200 consecutive cases at the New York Foundling Hospital, from January to September, 1910. The patients selected were the youngest possible, and...
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