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This case is reported to illustrate the difficulty encountered in the diagnosis of intracranial lesions. There was so little to suggest an abscess that the possibility of it was not considered in reaching a diagnosis.
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The patient was a boy, aged 11 years, whose family history was...
Jaundice occurs in the new-born baby so frequently that its appearance is considered a mere physiologic event, and owing to its usually mild and transient course it has caused no serious concern to the pediatrician. It is obvious that, owing to its frequency in the postnatal period, jaundice...
It is difficult to determine the frequency of foreign bodies in the air and food passages in general, however it is safe to say that this condition is more common than many suppose. Such foreign body cases have occurred in my own practice more often than those with either typhoid fever or...
As the author states in the text, this book is written for the purpose of serving as a guide to the practitioner whose judgment is so often hampered and biased by the many publications which one-sidedly advance the benefits of special methods of treatment.
The pathologic section contains a clear...
Dextrocardia and transposition of the viscera cannot be regarded as an extremely unusual anomaly, several hundred cases having been reported in the literature. The following unique case is reported because of the fact that, although there was transposition of the heart chambers, the heart...
In a consideration of the sequelae of epidemic encephalitis, the course of which is so difficult to affect by treatment, the question of prognosis is of the utmost importance. In the absence of data on former epidemics, a close observance of the progress of a series of cases offers the greatest...
In 1915, Moody and myself1 reported on the findings in the cerebrospinal fluid with the Lange colloidal gold reaction. The first of the conclusions in this paper, was: "In the cases of congenital syphilis included in this report the cerebrospinal fluid reacted to the colloidal gold chlorid...
In January, 1921, during the course of experiments to test the antiscorbutic properties of certain food substances with guinea-pigs, it was observed that in those instances where pregnancy intervened the guinea-pigs presented a different picture than that of the usual fully developed scurvy....
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