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The Premier Congress General de l'Enfant, or the First General Congress on Child Welfare, will be held at Geneva, Switzerland, from Aug. 24 to 28, 1925. This will be divided into three sections.
Section 1. Hygiene and Medicine, in which five topics will be discussed.
1. The comparison of...
Prof. Edmond Weill, chief of the Pediatric Clinic at the University at Lyons, France, died, Dec. 12, 1924, aged 66. Professor Weill had long been the outstanding figure in pediatrics in his part of the country, and his death will be a great loss to Lyons and to France, as well as to the...
Failure of the circulation has long been recognized as a serious. and often disastrous, development in the course of diphtheria, but at the present time there is no complete agreement as to its cause. The various theories which have been proposed, accepted for a time, and then...
In this, the eighth edition of his popular work, Comby has added fifty "consultations" to the earlier volumes, and has recognized the spread of French medicine following the great war by including chapters on such exotic diseases as ankylostomiasis, kala-azar and beriberi.
From abscess to yaws...
In the autumn of 1922, we had an opportunity to observe an epidemic of a peculiar, acute disease which occurred in a large preparatory school for boys. The disease evidently was introduced by a lad returning from his summer vacation. It began in one of the houses, rapidly ran through the...
Biedl and Kraus, in their experiments on the excretion of bacteria by the normal kidney, used a preliminary intravenous injection of glucose in order to stimulate the flow of urine. Since their experimental results differ from those of many others, as well as from our own, it occurred to us that...
The successful treatment of pertussis has long been a stumbling block in the progress of medicine. This disease, although in itself rarely fatal, leaves behind an individual susceptible to many pulmonary conditions, especially tuberculosis. The sight of a child in a paroxysm only too often...
REPORT OF CASE
L., a girl, was admitted to the University Hospital with the history of constipation, vomiting and abdominal distention.
—Since birth, thirty-six hours previous to admission, the child passed nothing by rectum. The abdomen, which was somewhat distended at...
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