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In reviewing the literature on pyelitis in the new-born, I found little information on the subject.
The first case report was made by Kovalesky and Moro1 in which they report two cases, the youngest patient, aged 8 days, died on the eleventh day of Bacillus coli septicemia;...
Because such measures as renal pelvic lavage cannot be employed in young children with the same facility as in adults, a more efficient internal urinary antiseptic, which could be administered by mouth without danger, would seem to be a particularly welcome addition to our present...
The organization of the extensive hookworm campaigns carried out in many parts of the world has been based on certain general principles. One of the most widely adopted of these is the assumption that every person whose feces contain ova should be considered a case of hookworm disease....
In pediatric institutions, so much breast milk is now used for infant feeding that to obtain it from resident wetnurses is no longer always practical. Instead, many institutions purchase breast milk from mothers who deliver it in sterile containers. Breast milk is also being handled in...
Detre,1 in 1908, proposed a modification of Pirquet's cutaneous reaction for tuberculosis. He suggested that simultaneous tests be made with bovine and with human tuberculin; in this manner, it might be possible to determine not only the presence or absence of tuberculosis, but also the...
Nonsuppurative arthritis similar to acute rheumatic fever in adults is rarely found in children under 1 year of age.1 Miller2 reported twenty authentic cases, one of his own and nineteen from the literature up to 1899. He differentiated rheumatic fever as an acute migratory...
Lipemia, or milkiness of the blood serum, has been recognized for centuries. This appearance is due to the presence of innumerable minute fatty particles which are poured into the blood from the chyle. These particles were called by Gulliver, "the...
The new edition of this excellent book has been rewritten to bring it up to date. It is dedicated in memory of Dr. Godfrey R. Pisek, whose untimely death cut short a brilliant career. The co-author with Dr. Chapin is now Dr. Royster.
Much of the edition has necessarily been...
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