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During a period of three months we had the opportunity of observing two cases of an extraordinary, generalized, eruption with continued fever, inflamed buccal mucosa and severe purulent conjunctivitis. The first patient was seen on the tenth day of illness and followed to recovery. The second...
The accessory nasal sinuses in children vary in their relative size and development. Schaeffer's1 measurements in a series of cases show that the antrum is by far the largest cavity at birth and that it retains this relative size in regard to the other nasal sinuses. In my experience it has been...
In this report the clinical rather than the developmental aspects of congenital duodenal obstruction will be emphasized. It seems that enough cases have been recorded to warrant giving a more definite clinical picture, and this may serve to center interest in them as clinical cases rather than...
Since water is the medium in which the physical and chemical processes of the body take place, variations in the amount of the body fluids must be of great importance in the changes which occur during health and disease. The demonstration by Balcar and his associates1 that fever may be produced...
As a result of recent investigations, the clinical value of the determination of vital capacity in diseases of the heart and lungs has attracted. attention, especially since this measurement is often found to be greatly reduced by various pathologic conditions of these organs. It has long been...
The frequent occurrence of a transient fever during the first few days of life is now generally recognized. The exact nature of the fever has not yet been satisfactorily explained. Holt,1 who gave the first adequate description of the condition in 1895 ascribed it to starvation and called it...
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