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It is my purpose to place on record, for the first time so far as I am aware, a comprehensive description of a type of cerebral palsy of childhood, which I presume to name "Infantile Cerebro-Cerebellar Diplegia." Various writers have commented on the condition under the designation...
In July, 1912, I published a paper,1 in which I tried to show the positive as well as negative value of the cutaneous tuberculin test in both young and older children. Since that time I have succeeded in collecting new material, fifty additional cases, making a total of 100. I hereby present an...
The subject of this paper is one that has interested pediatrists both in this country and in Germany for many years, but was brought forth anew for discussion a few years ago. It is hardly necessary to review the history of investigations in this field. The articles have been many, and almost...
"Papulo-necrotic and papulo-squamous tuberculides (Boeck) are small, round, slightly raised, rather hard, flat papules ranging in size from a pinhead to a millet seed, of red to reddish-brown to livid brown color, often presenting on their surface a small dry crust which is easily removed,...
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