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This communication was suggested by reading an article on an outbreak of tonsillitis suspected to be diphtheritic by Dr. S. A. Blauner.1 Through the courtesy of Dr. Blauner, I was enabled to study the outbreak described. I saw the last three cases in the acute shape, and made cultures from the...
Cases of malformation of the esophagus are being reported more frequently, but the incidence is, of course, undetermined. Brennemann,1 Cautley2 and Shaw3 reported cases so recently that it is unnecessary to enumerate them here. My case belongs to a somewhat rarer type.
REPORT OF CASE...
The usefulness of blood pressure determination as means of diagnosis has long suffered from the lack of suitable standards which would define accurately the limits of normal tension and of pathologic hypotension or hypertension. We are abundantly supplied with averages, but averages have, at...
It is the purpose of this book to facilitate the recognition of various forms of mental deficiencies in children. The possibility of improvement by training is given much consideration. Types of the various degrees of deficiency are given. A series of photographs illustrate the various types....
The observation of many patients suffering with scarlet fever gave me the impression that their fate depended, in part on the anatomic configuration of their throats, and led me to verify this conclusion by statistical study. To this end special charts were printed, and observations were...
For some years it has been recognized that in a certain percentage of infants there occurs in the first few days of life a rise in temperature. This fever has not been accounted for satisfactorily, so far, by any explanation which we regard as adequate to explain temperatures at other periods of...
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