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In our work for the last few years at the Mount Sinai Pediatric Clinic, we have observed a condition of the neck that does not seem to correspond with any of the known clinical entities in that region and yet which simulates them very closely.
Five children have been seen to date who have had...
The following patients, Cases 1 and 2, came under observation in the the pediatric and orthopedic departments of the Allegheny General Hospital.
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—F. C., a boy, aged 6 years, of Italian parentage was born in western Pennsylvania. He was one of thirteen children. There...
In the course of routine cutaneous tests with tuberculin in children, it was observed that lymphangitis developed in certain instances. This local manifestation varied in severity and extent and was accompanied by constitutional reactions.1 Within from twenty-four to forty-eight hours after the...
The good results repeatedly reported, obtained by changing the reaction of the urine in the treatment of pyelitis in infancy and childhood, led us to undertake a series of experiments to determine the effect of change of reaction on the growth of colon bacillus and staphylococcus. The work of...
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F. W., a girl, aged 2½ years, was admitted to the Harriet Lane Home of the Johns Hopkins Hospital on June 6, 1921, suffering from cerebrospinal meningitis of two days' duration. Meningococci were present in smears and cultures of the spinal fluid. Between June 6 and June 28,...
The following case of appendicitis in a new-born infant is reported.
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L., a girl, was the first born of twins. Labor occurred about three weeks before the calculated date of confinement. The child weighed 5 pounds 7 ounces (2,465 gm.); the twin, a boy, weighed 6 pounds 14 ounces...
In the pediatric and general clinic of any hospital, many cases of albuminuria are discovered by the routine examination of urine in all dispensary patients. The albuminuria in these cases is due to various causes, including anemia, focal infections, orthostasis, malnutrition or faulty diets and...
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