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The problem of absorption from the intestine has taken on a new significance since it has been appreciated that the failure of calcification in rickets is coincident with and apparently dependent on the absorption of minerals. The experiments of Schabad,1 Schloss2 and others, including us,3 have...
According to the authors this book is a critical discussion of the uses of the quartz lamp and the roentgen ray in the therapy of diseases of children. Since the senior author is one of the leading German pediatricians it should be a valuable contribution to medical literature.
The diagnosis of bronchial dilatation in children very often presents the greatest difficulties, not only because the physical signs are particularly difficult to interpret at this age, but because a whole series of affections involving loss of substance or giving rise to abundant expectoration...
For the last seven years the routine physical examination of children in this institution has included a special survey for rickets. These examinations have been carried out almost every month on infants under 18 months of age and the data recorded on separate forms. In addition to noting the...
The author, in this monograph, discusses the subject of myocarditis in childhood, with particular reference to two phases: the occurrence of isolated acute myocarditis, and the possible relation of the status thymicolymphaticus as a predisposing factor or actual factor in the development of this...
Varicella is generally characterized by a mild clinical course without any complications. This case is reported because it presents unusually bizarre and severe complications.
REPORT OF CASE
V. H., a boy, aged 6 years, was admitted to the United Israel Zion Hospital on May 3, 1923, referred by...
To the Editor:
—My attention has been called to a misinterpretation in one of my references to the German literature on "peristolic function." Having reviewed the paper in question, I wish to correct the inaccuracy, which however accidental, is apt to mislead.
In the confusion resulting from...
The article by Drs. Burhaus and Gerstenberger, entitled "The Protective Power of Infant's and Maternal Serum Against Pneumococci," published last month as having been read before the American Pediatric Society, was not presented before that society.
Fasting of late has been frequently employed in the therapeutics of epilepsy, and numerous reports of fasts for this purpose are found in the literature. In the majority of cases, improvement of at least a transient nature follows fasting but permanent cure has not been demonstrated. Thus far,...
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