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THE TREATMENT OF SYPHILIS
Since the last review of syphilis in this journal, several new antisyphilitic remedies have been brought forward and several that have had some previous use have attained greater prominence. Among the new preparations sulpharsphenamine and...
The following case is reported as of interest because of the relatively infrequent occurrence of pellagra in the District of Columbia, the rarity of the disease in children under 2 years of age, the seemingly quick response to treatment of an attack of more than average severity, and,...
Cases of hematoporphyrinuria following the ingestion of drugs, particularly sulphonal, are relatively common. There are, however, a small number of cases of so-called idiopathic hematoporphyrinuria reported chiefly in Germany and England. Two of the latter variety have recently been seen...
RESEARCH ON SLEEP
In 1924 the Simmons Fellowship was founded at Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, University of Pittsburgh, to carry on a broad study of problems in the promotion and maintenance of healthful sleep. Dr. H. M. Johnson and Mr. G. E. Weigand,...
L. F. Meyer devotes 156 pages to the diagnostic and therapeutic errors and their prevention in the diseases of infancy. The title is somewhat misleading, the subtitles giving a better idea of the scope of the work, "Diagnostic and Therapeutic Errors in Diseases of the New-Born," and...
The monograph of 104 pages contains the results of the author's studies on the protein and mineral metabolism of infants during fever. In the first twenty-five pages, he reviews the meager literature. Following Naunyn, the older observers ascribe the rise in protein metabolism occurring...
During the last few years, there appeared a number of articles on lumbar puncture in the new-born, with special reference to cerebral hemorrhage. With one exception,1 the authors who have written on the subject believe that lumbar puncture is indicated in suspected cases of cerebral...
In a comprehensive monograph, this eminent South American Pediatrician discusses in detail the gastro-intestinal infections so prevalent in parts of South America and playing such an important rôle in the mortality figures of some of the large cities, notably Santiago.
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