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Cysts of the pituitary body have been recognized since Erdheim's1 studies of their cellular construction, but they have only been attacked in a surgical way during the past few years. Cushing,2 Jackson,3 and Lewis4 have perfected the operative technic for removing these cysts. They are...
Although the specific causative agent of the rheumatic infection has not yet been demonstrated conclusively, the varied manifestations of the infection are now generally believed to be due to a micro-organism or to its toxin.
The conception of the rheumatic infection as being...
The work reported in this and subsequent papers was undertaken at the request of the trustees of the Elizabeth McCormick Memorial Fund of Chicago. This organization has been interested for a number of years in the practical task of attempting to...
In this volume of a series of treatises on "The Health of Our Children" by Spanish writers, the author deals with the age periods of early infancy, childhood and adolescence. The physical and psychic changes which the child undergoes in transition from period to period are pointed out....
During recent years, an increasingly important place has been accorded the study of the inorganic elements of the blood in nephritis. Numerous reports of the concentration of the various salts of the blood have appeared. Few, if any, of these include any investigation of the total salt...
PROHIBITION OF PACIFIERS
In order to combat the use of pacifiers in France, the House of Representatives passed a law forbidding their manufacture and sale, at its meeting, March 24, 1926. Doubt is expressed if the prohibition will prove effectual, as the commercial...
The case reported here is that of an interesting cardiac anomaly in a child who lived two and one-half years without showing marked symptoms until two weeks before death. The colored skin of the patient, a negro child, made it difficult to recognize cyanosis. No infectious lesion was...
With the rapidly increasing use of the electrocardiograph in clinical medicine, the recognition of auricular flutter is no longer a rarity. During the last few years, numerous articles have appeared in the literature dealing with the clinical features of this abnormal cardiac mechanism....
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