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This book consists of a collection of sixteen articles of pediatric interest, from the members of the Department of Pediatrics of Washington University.
If in the past thirty years psychology and medicine have had little in common but mutual distrust, the causes of this undesirable state must be sought for in a wide divergence of methods and interests. The physician could see no gain in accompanying the psychologist through an adolescent...
Mediastinal tumors in young children are not common, and solid teratomas in the thoracic cavity are especially rare. The following case is reported because of its clinical and pathologic interest.
REPORT OF CASE
History.—The patient was first seen at the age...
The use of iron as a therapeutic agent in the treatment for anemia and debilitating conditions is one of the oldest of therapeutic measures. Beginning with the end of the last century, workers began to study its physiologic action. In 1880, Gottlieb1 administered iron subcutaneously to...
This book contains collected papers from the Anatomical Institute of the Kaiserlichen Universität, Kyoto. There are eight papers on experimental tuberculosis and six on pharmacology.
At the present time, toxin-antitoxin is undoubtedly the most popular agent in America for producing an active immunity against diphtheria. The original preparation, first recommended by von Behring1 in 1913, was an underneutralized mixture of toxin and antitoxin, so combined that tests...
The skeletal lesions of congenital syphilis have been exhaustively studied by European roentgenologists and pathologists, particularly in Germany and France, but in this country and Great Britain limited attention has been paid to this aspect of the disease. One seems justified,...
Nutrition affects the coagulability of the blood to the extent of causing persons to bleed or the blood to clot more readily during illness. The constituents of the blood in the well person are maintained more or less constant by the regulated buffering mechanisms, the equilibrium...
The observation of Tisdall and Brown1 that in Toronto a sharp increase occurs in the antirachitic effect of sunshine about the first of March aroused our interest in the question as to whether or not a similar condition exists in Colorado. The general impression which one may draw from...
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