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These observations were undertaken as a part of a study of some forms of hemolytic anemia, and were prompted especially by the receipt from Dr. Grulee of a film showing, in a case diagnosed as sickle cell anemia, skull changes similar to those described by us1 last year.
There are many points in which the manifestations of hypersensitiveness differ in infancy and in childhood from those encountered in adult life. It is our purpose to consider only those points which pertain to the acquisition and the loss of individual sensitivities.
The manifestations of lead poisoning in children have been described by several writers, and excellent discussions of the etiology and symptomatology are available.1 Failure to recognize the disease can be attributed to lack of acquaintance with the...
Observations on the Gastro-Intestinal Gradient and the Autonomous Nature of the Intestinal Musculature, with Reference to Their Practical Application in Clinical Medicine. Presented by Dr. D. M. Cowie, Dr. J. P. Parsons (by invitation) and Dr. F. H. Lashmet (by invitation)....
This practical book, "dedicated to the young mothers of Canada," should also find a ready sale on this side of the border. Striving, apparently, for perfection, the author has very ingeniously not only called on his own large experience in pediatrics, but has also used, with proper...
Von Torday,1 Weaver,2 and Zingher,3 have reviewed the literature on the use of convalescent measles serum in the prophylaxis of measles. The number of susceptible subjects injected, and the results, are summarized in table 1.
Tunnicliff and Hoyne4 injected goats with the green...
Since the introduction of magnesium sulphate into the treatment of tetanus by Meltzer, numerous case reports have appeared in the literature, showing a decided reduction in mortality. Smith and Leighton1 have recently reported eight consecutive cases of acute tetanus; all of the patients...
This book is simply a record of work in progress at the University of Minnesota, including the Mayo Foundation. It is gratifying to see the number of problems being investigated in the realm of pediatrics.
Aguilar Gordon, distinguished Spanish pediatrician, director of milk distribution center for babies. He was the author of a book on Normal and Pathologic Physiology of the Child.
Minister Louis Comte, of France, promoter of children's...
The purpose and the indications for the acidification of cow's milk in infant feeding have been well reviewed recently by Faber.1
The usage of milk acidified by acetic acid in the form of ordinary vinegar has been reported.2 The chief reason for the employment of acetic acid in...
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