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At the present time, there is a general appreciation of the importance of subjecting to a complete urologic survey every patient who presents symptoms and signs pointing toward lesions of the genito-urinary tract. Unfortunately, the same feeling of responsibility and the same point of...
In a previous study on the etiology of asthma,1 the subject matter of this communication was scarcely touched on because it was considered of sufficient clinical importance to warrant special attention.
The rôle played by intercurrent infections and other diseases peculiar to...
Sanguineous lacrimation, or hemorrhage from the lacrimal gland, though rare, is not unknown. A review of the literature shows that the terms sanguineous lacrimation and bloody tears are frequently used synonymously, which is a mistake. Sanguineous lacrimation may produce blood tears, but...
DEATH OF PROFESSOR GOEPPERT
On February 9, at the age of 56 years, Professor Friedrich Goeppert died. At the time of his death Dr. Goeppert was professor of pediatrics at the University of Gottingen. He contributed largely to pediatric literature and was especially...
This is a valuable directory, containing the names of those who are doing work in child development, together with the subjects on which they are working. It will be found of value to any one who wishes to get in touch with such work.
In recent years a number of workers have used various methods of acid extraction to isolate from fresh parathyroid glands a substance, which, when given parenterally in adequate doses, produces a remarkable rise in the concentration of calcium in the blood serum. Collip and his...
History.—A girl, white, aged 3 years and 6 months, had always been in excellent health. There had been no known exposure to scarlet fever. On Feb. 22, 1925, she had an acute rhinopharyngitis which was followed by otitis media; paracentesis of the drum of...
This book is intended primarily for lay readers, and particularly for parents or for those having to do directly with the care of children. It might, however, be read with profit by all practicing physicians, especially by those dealing with children.
The subject of fatigue is...
I. D. was born, Dec. 31, 1926, at full term, and weighed 6 pounds 8 ounces (2,954.35 Gm.).
The mother and father were healthy; the mother, a primipara, was 30, and the father, 32. Delivery was spontaneous and normal in every way. Resuscitation was easy.
It was noticed...
The work of the earlier investigators was so brilliant that further investigation of the disease process that is known as diphtheria has often been regarded as a subject concerning which further investigation would be unprofitable. Diphtheria, however, is a disease that still presents...
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