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TEACHERS TRAINING COURSES
Courses for training teachers of sight saving classes will be given again this year at the University of Cincinnati during the summer season.
AWARD OF LESLIE DANA MEDAL
The Leslie Dana medal, given for...
Arachnodactylia, or "spider digits," is a condition first described in 1896 by Marfan. It is characterized by the striking length and slenderness of the extremities, and differentiated from the gigantism of glandular dystrophy by the almost invariable accompaniment of congenital...
In this journal, in the September, 1925, issue, Dr. Schippers reported a case of "Diabetes Mellitus in an Infant Aged Eight Months Treated with Insulin." The child died at the age of 2 years and 2 months. She stayed at the hospital until her death and the diagnosis of diabetes mellitus,...
Tuberculosis of the mesenteric lymph nodes is found in children with great frequency, but the presence of the disease in these structures has been brought to light at necropsy or at operation rather than by examination during life. The pathologist often finds the lymph nodes of the...
The difficulties encountered in previous experiments in trying to effect a rapid passage of bacteria through the normal kidney led us to investigate the permeability of an acutely infected kidney. The frequency with which pyelitis occurs secondary to infections in other parts of the...
In Dr. Davison's excellent little book of seventy-six pages, he covers in a concise form the questions which so often come to the mind of the medical student. The sections which are particularly valuable are those which give the normal dosage of drugs for children and the normal...
Associate and Assistant Professors, Departments of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Pediatrics, respectively, University of Minnesota, Medical School
The production of body heat at a rate sufficient to offset its inevitable loss, and thus to...
Vaccination of exposed patients with the contents of varicella vesicles is not new. In 1913 Kling1 was quite successful with this procedure. It has also been used with more or less favorable results by Handrick,2 Rabinoff,3 Michael4 and others. Lately, the use of convalescent varicella...
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