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E. C., a boy, aged 9½ years, was admitted to the Babies' Hospital, Nov. 1, 1921. His appearance arrested attention. He had jaundice and carried himself not unlike a pregnant woman at term.
No history of jaundice in his forbears could be obtained. His father and mother were both strong and well....
Several years ago a new drug was introduced by Young, White and Swartz1 for use as a germicide in the genito-urinary tract. Since its introduction this drug, mercurochrome-220 soluble, has found wide fields for employment, both in medicine and in surgery.
Mercurochrome is the sodium salt of...
The next meeting of the Central States Pediatric Society will be held in Rochester, Minn., Oct. 30, 1924, and in Minneapolis, Minn., October 31 and November 1.
Dr. E. J. Huenekens, President, will have charge of the Minneapolis meeting and Dr. H. F. Helmholz of the Rochester meeting. Dr. H. T....
In the summer of 1923, the Sunset Camp Service League of Chicago, a philanthropic organization which maintains a camp ordinarily used for the recreation of Jewish working girls, organized a plan to use the camp during September for the care of a group of girls with chronic heart disease. The...
This volume is largely compiled from a number of articles, written for various journals. The respiratory affections of children are taken up in a somewhat different manner from that which is usual in America.
The first chapters are on the upper respiratory troubles of scarlet fever and measles....
In a previous study it was shown that the clinical symptoms attributed to rickets existed in varying degrees during the first year in breast fed babies, in terms of plusses from one to nine for the combined symptoms. In only three instances was there 1 +, the other instances ranging from 2 to 9....
In the early part of 1922 I made a brief survey1 of a special school in Philadelphia. It was my impression after this study that organized neuropsychiatric examination of regular schoolchildren was essential and would be of great value to teachers, parents, school officials and most important of...
Tarsal scaphoiditis (Koehler's Disease)1 is rarely mentioned in pediatric textbooks. The literature contains at least sixty-four references to this condition (Alberti).2 As the disease affects children between the ages of 4 and 9 years, it is of special interest to the pediatrician.
Stimson1 reviews the general features of measles stating that, except in extraordinary circumstances such as prevail in army cantonments with large numbers of susceptible adults, measles is more serious the younger the patient. The prodromal state is highly infectious,...
This is a small brochure which is quite up-to-date in the handling of the question of nutrition of infants. It begins with chapters on digestion in general, and lays special emphasis on the fact that digestion takes place not only in the gastro-intestinal tract, but also in the cells.
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