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I have already1 reported a case of splenomegaly Gaucher in a child 4 years old. In March, 1912, splenectomy was performed on this patient. The child did not survive the operation. Histologic study of the liver, the spleen, the lymph glands and the bone-marrow confirmed the diagnosis previously...
In a busy and overcrowded clinic, where only the most obvious and pressing needs can be seen at a glance, it is much easier to give the individual patient the immediate care which he needs than to grasp and classify the multifarious problems which the patients as a whole present. By watching and...
The case was seen in Dr. Howland's service in the Harriet Lane Home of the Johns Hopkins Hospital. It was that of a boy, between 5 and 6 years old, who was admitted Aug. 22, 1913, having been transferred from the Home of the Friendless in a state of coma.
Little was learned of his early history...
From July 1, 1908, until April 1, 1914, a period of almost six years, 1,320 autopsies were performed at the Babies' Hospital of the City of New York. Of these subjects 178 showed tuberculous lesions, or 13.5 per cent, of the total number, a proportion slightly lower than Lubarsch1 found among...
Subacute atrophy of the liver has been described by several authors during the past few years. It is a condition which closely resembles acute yellow atrophy of the liver in its etiology and initial symptoms, but it differs from acute yellow atrophy in that the progress of the disease is less...
Information as to the weights and measurements of children is only beginning to be reliable. Much that is erroneous has been published concerning the weights during the first year and very little data has been published as to the gain in weight and height of children under the good conditions...
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