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It is of the greatest importance that those who preside over the physical destinies of children should understand that squint in children is curable. By squint I mean the common form of concomitant convergent strabismus, or "cross-eyes." There are other forms of squint occurring in children...
The question whether a food component if introduced into the intermediary metabolism unchanged is capable of developing pyrogenic action has received renewed interest since Finkelstein1 first published his observations on alimentary intoxication.
Finkelstein designates this fever as alimentary...
Recent experimental work in the physiology of the thymus has cleared up matters in two directions, namely, the relation of the organ to growth and to the condition of the bones, on the one hand, and to the electrical excitability of the nervous system, on the other.
When one completely...
That there has been no startling advance in our methods of physical diagnosis since the days of Skoda and his pupils will probably not be denied. These men left us a rich heritage, and we are only now, through the use of scientific instruments, blazing new paths and adding valuable record...
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