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So prominent is this symptom of hydrocephalus in the pathologic and clinical picture of poliomyelitis, and so important is it from the viewpoint of treatment, that it seemed advisable to speak of it at length, and at the same time to show the value of Macewen's sign in its recognition.
During the last year we had the opportunity to observe at least two cases which presented the clinical picture of splenomegaly of Gaucher's type. The family history runs as follows:
—The first child of the family, a boy, 2 years of age, was taken into the hospital in 1901; death soon...
Since the value of vaccine in the prevention and treatment of whooping cough is still not generally admitted, although the burden of proof seems unquestionably in its favor, the following experience with its use as a prophylactic measure seems worthy of report.
At the Children's Home in...
—Betty F., born April 17, 1913. With the exception of a mild attack of chickenpox two years prior to the accident to be described, the child had had no illness. Her physique was excellent and she was self-reliant and competent to an unusual degree.
Sept. 29, 1917, while riding astride...
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