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Although spasmophilia has been studied from almost every angle, and vitamins, at the present time very much in prominence, are known to have definite influence on the functions of the nervous system, no previous attempt, so far as I am aware, has been...
REPORT OF CASE
Raymond G. (Case 5140), schoolboy, aged 9 years, entered the pediatric service of the University Hospital March 4, 1920. His chief complaints were lameness and stiffness of the back and neck; stiffness and difficulty in moving the left upper extremity;...
This case is reported because of the occurrence of yellow spinal and ventricular fluid in an infant of eight months period of gestation who lived thirty-seven days and who also manifested marked internal hydrocephalus, pyelitis and bronchopneumonia. In the literature the term...
The consideration of the mechanics of the body, especially those which affect the abdominal and thoracic organs, has received a new stimulus during the last few years. Life in the army during the war did a great deal to stimulate this interest. It showed that a great many men were...
Recent experience at the army camps has demonstrated the importance of physical training in the adult. We know that exercise is necessary for normal children, since it is indispensable for proper development of the skeletal muscles, the heart and lungs;...
The treatment of syphilis with the different mercurial preparations is still a haphazard affair, the rule being to give as much mercury as the patient will tolerate without salivation or diarrhea.
Assuming that the amount of mercury eliminated in the urine during a given time...
MALIGNANT TUMORS OF THE KIDNEY
Rossi1 reviews the literature on this subject and reports three cases. There are only a few instances of operative cures on record, and' recurrence is frequent, but an operation is the only means of possible relief, and the success in...
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