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It is a well established fact that anemic children are prone to infections. Moreover, the course of infections in such children is apt to be particularly severe. It is not uncommon for us to see the same poorly nourished. anemic child returning to the hospital or dispensary repeatedly, with...
This volume, while of interest to the specialist in this line, is of value to all practitioners whatever their especial field. The authors have made no effort to present a textbook. Instead, the presentation is a medical digest covering the work and thought of the world during the last year....
In the past, there has been no method of localizing lesions in the brain except by a careful mental and physical examination of the patient. No purely laboratory finding which might lead to such localization has been described. Changes in the blood, characteristic of injuries to certain parts of...
CHILD HEALTH MAGAZINE
The January number of the Child Health Magazine, published by the American Child Health Association, announces the discontinuance of that Journal with the current number.
This Journal has had only a short existence but has been well edited and will be missed.
The voluminous literature published during the last ten years, concerning the subject of allergy and its associated manifestation, has aroused a widespread interest in practically all branches of medicine. Clinical and laboratory studies of so-called hypersensitive subjects, made by numerous...
Among the advances made which he discusses are:
1. The simplification of many orthopedic problems by the use of radiology, enabling us to recognize features of deformities and diseases which previously had been unfamiliar.
2. The more exact knowledge of the course anatomy of large nerve trunks,...
This report concerns a characteristic feature of the blood picture of epidemic encephalitis which, we believe, will prove extremely valuable in diagnosis and prognosis. Limitation of available clinical material and in ability to explain some features of our work have prevented an earlier...
A careful search of the literature reveals the fact that only fifty odd cases of peritonitis during the course of typhoid fever without intestinal perforation have been thus far reported. All were in adults except one, which was reported by Wilson,1 in 1886. His patient was a child, aged 12...
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