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I shall first briefly review the literature on chorea, then summarize that literature, mention the older methods, show the newer methods and the results obtained, with my conclusions.
The earliest recorded reference to voice changes in chorea is by John Eberle,1 1841, who said, "The voice is...
Studies of the nutritional disorders of infancy have occupied a conspicuous place in the literature of pediatrics during the last five to ten years. The newer and more accurate analytical methods, and the various metabolism beds contrived for use with young children, have made possible accurate...
The incompleteness of our knowledge of the factors controlling calcium metabolism leads us to look for enlightenment to studies of disturbances of bone formation from this point of view. The disease under consideration is preeminently a disturbance of the development and calcification of all the...
Before entering on a discussion of the main subject of this paper, we wish to consider a physiological phenomenon associated with the passage into the gastric cavity of all catheters, and probably of all solid objects. In previous articles attention was drawn to the fact that a catheter...
Infant welfare work in this country, in the sense of consistent scientific investigation and the application of well defined principles has only existed during the last few years. Ten years ago efforts directed toward the welfare of babies and children were largely sporadic and disjointed. The...
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