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It has been supposed for some time that the T-wave in the electrocardiogram is high in hyperthyroidism and low, absent or even inverted in hypothyroidism. White and Aub1 made a study of a series of twenty-seven cases of thyroid disease in adult patients in this hospital, to determine if there...
The thorax of the stillborn, of the new-born, and of normal infants has been studied roentgenologically by various authors. Evans1 found that the lung in fetal life is completely atelectatic, and fills the thorax. In the stillborn, the shape of the chest and the abdomen is ovoid, the lower ribs...
This is the most complete résumé of articles on the subject issued in recent years in American or European literature.
Reviewing the literature, one finds that a surprising paucity of work has been done in roentgen-ray examination of the infant stomach, and that workers disagree strikingly in their observations and conclusions. Of ten significant articles written on the examination of the infant stomach, only...
That the Klebs-Loeffler bacillus may produce cutaneous eruptions is well known. Dermatitis diphtheritica may be primary, or, which is usual, may result from contamination from mucous membrane lesions. These secondary eruptions were, until the introduction and wide spread use of diphtheria...
This is a very timely book on a subject which is most interesting not only to the school physician but also to the general practitioner, and especially to the pediatrician. It is very comprehensive in its scope, touching on many subjects which are not familiar to the average physician.
Last winter, on the Children's Medical Service of the Massachusetts General Hospital, we had the opportunity of studying a few patients with epilepsy that were undergoing, as a therapeutic measure, prolonged periods of fasting.
Since for some time it has been generally conceded that this method...
A brief review of the last eighty-six cases of epilepsy seen in the Section on Pediatrics is presented for the purpose of comparing the results of various forms of treatment, and to present a new dietary regimen, the ketogenic diet.
Forty-six of the patients were males, and forty were females....
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