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In the middle of June, 1916, announcement was made of a group of cases of infantile paralysis in Brooklyn, New York.1 During the summer the disease assumed the proportions of a great epidemic which, in its severity and extent of territory involved, is...
At this time everyone is scrutinizing eagerly the experience of the foreign countries which have been at war for almost three years. In every branch of activity we are anxious that the experience of those countries shall be of service to us, in order that we may avoid the mistakes that...
It has long been known that the uric acid excretion in the urine of children during the first few days of life is both relatively and absolutely high. Reusing1 determined the daily excretion of this substance during the first seven days of life of six normal children and found that it...
The so-called congenital skin defects have not been recorded frequently in the literature. The majority of the accessible reports deal with skin defects of the scalp, which vary in size from a pinpoint to a small coin. They are usually circular in shape, sometimes oval or irregular, and...
The problem of constructing a diet for a mother with a failing or deficient milk supply is one of the most difficult which is presented to the pediatrist.
The laity have any number of suggestions as to foods necessary; the physician has his favorite galactogogues; the nostrum...
While it cannot be said that any really new facts have been established regarding poliomyelitis as the result of last summer's great epidemic, certain more or less widely accepted opinions concerning the periods of infectivity, the age and sex incidence and the behavior of the disease...
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