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C. von Weller1 reports two cases of miliary tuberculosis of the placenta, with clinical latent tuberculosis of the mother. He calls attention to the fact that the reported cases of placental tuberculosis may be arranged in three groups.
Cases in which the mother was known to be...
Pfannenstiel1 gave the first detailed description of familial icterus of new-born children. He described two fatal cases and collected the scattered reports in the literature. The cause of familial icterus of new-born children is unknown. The disease has nothing in common with Buhl's or...
Early in poliomyelitis, before the onset of paralysis, or in those abortive cases which do not develop paralysis, there is found no pathognomonic diagnostic feature either at the bedside or in the laboratory. The clinical picture and history are usually fairly uniform and striking, but...
The toxic symptoms which may occur in infants suffering from severe diarrhea are striking and characteristic. Prominent features are the evidence of fluid loss (sunken eyes, depressed fontanel and inelastic skin), a mental state which is usually dull and...
C. E., 9 years old, entered the hospital because of sudden enlargement of the right knee. He gave a history of repeated attacks of purpura, at times associated with vomiting and fever. The coagulation time of the blood was found to be two and one-half hours. Shortly after entrance he had...
History.—Baby G., 3% months old, came under my care Oct. 6, 1916, with a history of recurrent attacks characterized by extreme cyanosis, dyspnea, and, judging from his hard crying, severe pain, the condition being relieved by a movement of the bowels or by the expulsion of gas, sometimes...
In the last decade pediatricians have come to recognize a form of acid intoxication occurring in children as a distinct clinical entity, the so-called acidosis.
This type is described by Abt1 as occurring in robust children who have been previously healthy. Following a period in...
The routine employment of the Schick test in children with poliomyelitis admitted to the Willard Parker Hospital during the recent epidemic established a most interesting and significant fact. This, in conjunction with some previously published observations on the Schick reaction in...
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