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Within the last few years there has been an intense interest in otologic infections in early infancy due, in a great degree, to the work of Marriott on mastoiditis in young athreptic infants. There has been a general feeling, however, that the association of vomiting and diarrhea, on...
Over a period of thirteen years at the Harriet Lane Home for Invalid Children, autopsies were performed on seventy-five infants under 1 year of age who showed tuberculous lesions. These autopsies were performed by different men in the pathological department of the Johns Hopkins...
Within the last year a number of requests have been received in the Iowa Child Welfare Research Station for averages of physical measurements of young children. In order to meet the demand, tables have been prepared of the means, standard deviations, probable errors and coefficients of...
This neglected genius, who had one of the most brilliant intellects of the seventeenth century, may be included in the list of those who helped in the growth of pediatric knowledge chiefly on account of his contributions on rickets. His family was an old one, living at Bree, in Cornwall,...
In this volume, the author lays the foundation for and describes his method of treatment of infected wounds, especially of bones and joints. The subject matter is well presented and illustrated.
He reviews the teachings of the old masters, such as Hilton, Thomas and Lister....
President Hoover Calls Conference on Child Health.—It was announced, July 2, that President Hoover had decided to call a White House conference on the health and protection of children. The members will comprise representatives of the great voluntary...
Considerable diversity of opinion exists among workers as to what constitutes the normal range of value of the blood cholesterol in children. Gordon and Cohn1 studied the plasma cholesterol in normal children of different ages. They obtained figures varying from 110 to 170 mg. per...
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