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Our knowledge of the proteins of the blood plasma of infants has been very limited, due to the difficulties in methods of study. The small amount of blood available was not sufficient for an exact chemical analysis. The few examinations reported in the literature were limited to the...
ITALIAN SOCIETY OF PEDIATRICS
The section on Pediatrics of the Italian Congress of Medicine will meet at Milan, Italy,Oct. 22-25, 1924.
The following program will be presented:
1. Determination of the Alimentary Need of the Infant, by Pestalzza Camillo, and Caffarena Dario.
2. Diatheses and...
The large and increasing use of subcutaneous injections of some form of modified toxin for purposes of active immunization, makes it important to utilize this toxin in the form in which it will produce the greatest amount of immunity, with the minimum amount of deleterious after...
Studies on the blood and urine chemistry, the basal metabolism and the effect of symptomatic measures on children with idiopathic epilepsy have been made in this clinic during the last four years.
In view of the fact that varying reports have appeared in the literature from time to time on the...
Comparatively few observations are recorded on the meningeal irritability in animals. Auer1 observed the functional effect of intraspinal injections of serums with and without preservatives in dogs and in monkeys. Flexner and Amoss2 reported that the intraspinal injection of serum of a normal...
M. L., a girl, was first seen two years ago, aged 3 years. She was of normal birth and was breast fed for one year. There were three other children, all of whom were normal. The past history of the patient was unimportant, there were no previous illnesses.
The child was brought in because the...
As the author states, there is a growing need for a reference work on clinical and laboratory methods of examination of children. Some book conceived and written to meet this need will be most welcome to students, general practitioners and those especially interested in children.
Hydrocephalus results when there is an excessive secretion of spinal fluid, or diminished absorption.1 A number of ingenious surgical procedures have been devised for the relief of hydrocephalus, and at times brilliant results have been obtained. The operative mortality, however, is extremely...
One hundred fifty-five cases of mongolian idiocy have been observed at the Mayo Clinic in the last few years, but the case reported here is the only one of the series in which there were typical and unmistakable Hutchinson's teeth. The typical Hutchinson's incisor generally has been considered...
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