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The late results of cerebral hemorrhage at birth are well known to clinicians in general since the classic studies of Little1 and McNutt.2 The obstetrician and the pediatrician especially are familiar with the frequent incidence of cerebral hemorrhage at birth and the numerous deaths...
In this volume the authors aim to give the opinion of pediatrician and surgeon on subjects of interest to both, and this opinion is the result of agreement reached in consultation. The pediatric portion is written by Karger. A book like this will be welcome to many.
I wish to report two cases of patients who present unusual types of multiple congenital anomalies, the tissues affected in both cases having developed principally from embryonic ectoderm. Descriptions of similar patients are not lacking in the dental and medical literature, but the...
Within two years after Bordet and Gengou1 had grown their gram-negative, influenza-like bacillus on a special potato-blood-agar medium, Klimenko2 claimed to have produced whooping cough easily in four monkeys and ninety-six puppies by inoculation and by transmission from one animal to...
In a recent review of the literature I found few attempts to correlate the clinical and pathologic changes observed in premature infants. In the period covered by this study, 102 infants were under observation in the Premature Station of the Sarah Morris Hospital. The care and feeding of...
During the past year, a study has been made of the sedimentation rate of the red blood cells in children, with a view of obtaining information which might be of practical clinical value. A study of the literature on the sedimentation reaction reveals a comparative scarcity of reports...
My object in this paper is to emphasize by discussion a fact which is already known, but which has acquired new importance with the increasing use of atropine in the so-called "true colic" of early infancy; namely, that in certain cases, atropine produces an abrupt rise in temperature,...
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