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The reviewer suggests that the pediatrician who shies clear of books on social hygiene need not be afraid to delve into the pages of this excellent monograph by Eugen Stransky, for he does not use the term social hygiene as a synonym for sex hygiene. His theme deals with the...
This case is presented because of its unusual features. No reference is made to hyposuprarenalism in any detail in the pediatric textbooks or in the literature. It is apparent that this syndrome is extremely rare.
REPORT OF CASE
W. J., a boy, aged 13 years,...
This is the second edition of this book which was first published in 1913. The first edition was edited by Garrod, Batten and Thursfield. The general arrangement and phraseology of the first edition has been adhered to. The articles are written by thirty-seven different contributors, but...
This extensive report gives the results of a close, sustained critical scrutiny of the general biology of the meningococcus, and of its reactions to its environment. The physiology in meningococcal infections, the virulence of the organism, the toxin and the immunity reactions are...
The infant of today as a routine receives cod liver oil and orange juice, which furnish him with liberal amounts of vitamin A, C and D. Vitamin B is supplied in small amounts in both breast and cow's milk and in somewhat larger quantities when orange juice is also given. At no time is a...
With the increasing use of the ultraviolet light as an important therapeutic measure for children, it is obviously necessary to ascertain the effect of this procedure on the young organism. In the first paper of this series, it was shown that the ultraviolet light was capable of...
This is a rational presentation of the nature of diabetes and its treatment, written in terms that the layman of average education should be able to understand. The principles of dietary control and of the use of insulin are discussed in detail. The point of view is directed toward...
Considerable attention has been paid during recent years to the study of the intestinal flora of the breast-fed and the artificially fed infant. In general, investigators are agreed that the predominating intestinal organisms of the breast-fed infant are gram-positive, mostly B. bifidus,...
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