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Abstract No disease is so serious as tuberculosis, whether with respect to morbidity or mortality. Consequently, it has been studied more intensely anatomically, clinically and experimentally than any other disease. Physicians have advanced some distance in the investigation of the disease; they...
During recent years, blood transfusion has been widely used in the treatment of severe malnutrition. The general impression is that this form of therapy is beneficial in many conditions, yet little is known regarding the manner in which it exerts its favorable action. This study...
Since August, 1924, we have been testing all of the employed personnel, including nurses and physicians, who have come to the Cleveland City Hospital for training in the contagious disease department. Dick tests have been made under various conditions, and we have found that for all...
The material presented is based on a large clinical experience and careful study of the physiology of the central nervous system of the child. It is well known that young nervous tissue is peculiarly apt to manifest the convulsive state. The author discusses three factors which make for...
Two comparisons of fruit and milk as supplementary lunches for school children have been carried out by this department. The first was made by Margaret S. Chaney1 in 1923 at the Claremont school in Oakland, with 200 undernourished children as subjects. These children were all 7 per cent...
Periosteal elevation in childhood is not infrequently encountered, and is usually associated with scurvy or congenital syphilis. In the last year I had the opportunity to observe two children with neuroblastoma and leukemia, respectively, both of whom had roentgen-ray evidence of...
I shall discuss primary tuberculosis in the child, with particular reference to the results obtained in a statistical analysis of 6,329 fluoroscopic examinations made in the University of Vienna Kinderklinik (in the service of Professor Pirquet) from 1921 to 1924, inclusive. These cases...
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