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The following case is of interest, demonstrating the importance of considering the mastoid cells as a possible source of infection in cases of unexplained fever.
REPORT OF CASE
—M. P., male, 13 years old, was admitted to the A. Jacobi Division for Children of the Lenox Hill Hospital,...
The purpose of this paper is to direct attention to a symptom that in my experience and in that of my immediate associates is of very frequent occurrence and which has, so far as I know, received little, if any, attention in the literature. Several recent exhaustive papers on the subject of...
For many years hyperplasia of the thymus, either alone or in association with hyperplasia of other lymphoid structures, has been considered as a cause of sudden death in infants and children and as the underlying factor in the production of certain clinical manifestations spoken of as "thymic...
All those who treat infants and young children encounter with more or less frequency instances in which the diapers after having been wet with urine for several hours give off the odor of ammonia. Frequently the odor is faint and the condition occurs in infants otherwise well and thriving. In...
In the remarkable case of congenital cardiac disease here recorded a complete absence of the interauricular septum is associated with other anomalies of a very unusual character, the whole forming a combination which, we believe, is unique in the literature.
Congenital goiter was first described by von Ammon,1 with Heinrich Adelmann as a collaborator, in 1839. From this time to the present day about one hundred cases have been reported, but there has been little or no advancement in the etiology of the condition. Following von Ammon's original work,...
It is a well recognized fact that the excretion of albumin in the urine occurs in circulatory disturbances of the kidneys. As the kidney is very sensitive to circulatory disorders, albuminuria may occur (except in nephritis) either because of local congestion of the veins and capillaries, or...
As a part of the work of the office of school physician, a study has been made of absences and their causes. Additional data are needed and it is hoped that other schools will publish their data and methods of recording.
The need for several such studies will appear to anyone who considers the...
It is accepted among those interested in orthodontia that congenital, hereditary and also acquired conditions are factors in the etiology of malocclusion and mouth breathing. The former are at present beyond our control. However, certain of the acquired conditions, ricketts, local dental...
Dry milk powder is becoming quite extensively used for the feeding of infants and in many ways seems to possess advantages over modified milk formulae. The dry powder is packed by the manufacturers in air tight containers and may be kept in these containers over long periods of time without...
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