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This book is a résumé of the therapeutics for diseases of children. It covers 400 conditions, beginning with abscesses and ending with zonia (herpes zoster). Only methods of treatment are given, and they are considered completely, but briefly. Perhaps many of the methods mentioned would...
Gangrene of the scrotum is not a common condition, but it is by no means rare. As far back as 1905, Whiting1 collected from the literature 93 cases of scrotal gangrene. In 1911, Coenen and Przedborski2 reviewed 203 cases, and in 1930, Gibson3 collected 203 cases of idiopathic or...
Gastric analysis has gone through periods of popularity and periods of neglect. Observations on children between the ages of 4 years and puberty are comparatively few. In most instances the subject has been approached from a pathologic standpoint. We recently had occasion to do a number...
Follow-Up Committee of White House Conference.—The following is an incomplete list of the Follow-Up Committee of the White House Conference: Dr. Fred L. Adair, University Clinics, University of Chicago, Chicago; Dr. Kenneth D. Blackfan, 300 Longwood Avenue,...
The most generally accepted theory explaining the pathogenesis of the nephrotic syndrome is represented by the following diagram:1
↗Edema Albuminuria → Diminished Blood Protein ↘Lipemia
It has been shown conclusively that a low amount of protein in the blood may result...
This is the second volume of the fourth edition of the well known German system of pediatrics. In looking through the book, one notes especially the numerous beautiful illustrations. To American readers, the number and the excellence of the colored plates and colored illustrations are...
This book contains an account of the Commonwealth Fund for the year ending Sept. 30, 1930. The expenditures of the fund were over $2,000,000, of which 38 per cent was applied to public health, 30 per cent for mental hygiene, 15 per cent to fellowships, 5 per cent to legal research and 12...
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