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In 1914, Swift of Australia reported several cases with a symptomcomplex supposedly different from any ever reported. From the unusual character of this clinical entity, he ventured to name the condition erythredema, because of one of the most cardinal symptoms, a dull bluish-red...
To the pediatrician, orthopedic surgeon and roentgenologist, the study of the epiphyses should be one of the most interesting branches of medicine and surgery. Their importance in the correct interpretation of certain conditions found in infancy and during childhood and adolescence...
The following case of anemia in a new-born infant is the sixth to be reported.1 All six cases are characterized by pallor, moderate or severe, noticed within the first twelve days of life. The number of red cells varied from 2,500,000 to 980,000; the hemoglobin content from 48 per cent...
This book as the name indicates, contains a table for use in reckoning food values according to the Nem System. It refers to various foods which are used extensively in Germany. For one who uses this system the table will probably be of much value.
A search of the literature has failed to reveal a single instance which parallels the case herein reported. Three features, each a most unusual sequel of tonsillectomy, are outstanding: (a) a markedly septic course with development of a heart murmur, (b) bloody stools and (c) gangrenous...
The purpose of this article is to show the progress and variation of ossification and growth in the hands of young children, the interrelation of these processes and their significance in respect to other physiologic traits.
As part of the data for the five year study of mental...
"For it is only by muscular work that we can strengthen the heart, lungs, stomach, liver, intestines and endocrine organs.
"This (referring to muscular exercise) is the only way to get a real appetite and the only incentive the body has to digest a good meal.
"A well used...
We feel justified in reporting this case because of the rarity of the condition in patients of this age. The case brings out the value of the intradermal tuberculin test (0.1 or 1 mg.) in differentiating between a tuberculous and a nontuberculous condition. The presence of mitotic...
In the past decade, skin testing (scratch and intradermal) with various substances has come to play an important rôle in the determination of etiologic factors of bronchial asthma and allied conditions. The information derived from testing the patient himself, known as the "direct...
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