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Congenital atresia of the esophagus is everywhere considered one of the rare anomalies. Sir Morell Mackenzie1 (1884), after an exhaustive search could collect only sixty-two cases from the literature, and added only one of his own. Shukowsky,2 with a hospital experience of 50,000 new-born...
Osteogenesis imperfecta was one of the diseases which entered into the symptom-complex known as fetal rickets, which gave rise to much discussion during the latter half of the last century. It was Vrolik,1 in 1849, who first described an intra-uterine case in detail and gave it the name of...
Most of the surgery of the thymus gland up to the present has been concerned with the direct operative relief of tracheal and esophageal obstruction due to hypertrophy of the gland, the not infrequent cause of sudden death in infants. As this particular condition is practically limited to the...
Angioma of the larynx is a very rare condition. In a careful review of the literature we have been able to find twenty-six cases. The following case is therefore considered worthy of report:
—Baby H., male, aged 9 months, came under observation August 10, 1912, because of difficulty in...
In the reduction of the death-rate in any age group, or even from any specific cause, there is often danger in placing too great emphasis on methods in their relation to results. This dictum may be considered as particularly true with reference to infant mortality. General improved sanitation...
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