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Comparatively few cases of melena neonatorum due to duodenal ulcer have been reported in the literature, and in these reports the descriptions of pathologic findings do not include graphic reproductions of the finer structures of the ulcers. The condition has been treated extensively in infants...
Dr. J. P. Crozer Griffiths is retiring from the professorship of pediatrics of the medical school of the University of Pennsylvania. He has been succeeded by Dr. J. Claxton Gittings.
Important as is the subject of urinary acidity expressed in terms of ph, the negative logarithm of the hydrogen-ion concentration, a survey of the literature shows that little work has been done on the urine of infants. In the few cases reported (György1), the determinations were made on mixed...
This book is a very exhaustive and concise compilation of facts concerning the state and voluntary effort for child welfare throughout the world. Each state, great and small, is included and the main projects carried on by the communities listed. It is a very valuable, in fact necessary...
In his recent monograph on rickets, Hess1 states that: "Craniotabes is valuable in establishing the diagnosis of rickets, but, unless the course of the softening has been followed for several months it is often difficult to differentiate it from the craniotabes encountered in very young infants....
The histopathology of the kidney in congenital syphilis is still in a state of confusion. Unacquainted with the histology of the new-born and of the fetus, many investigators are continually pointing out as abnormal that which is simply an expression of incomplete development.
The nephrogenic or...
During the epidemic of smallpox in Southern California in the early part of 1924, the Child Welfare Division of the Los Angeles City Health Department voluntarily vaccinated a large number of infants and children coming to its conferences. This afforded me an opportunity to study the changes in...
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