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In the review of the book entitled "La syphilis héréditaire," by E. Lesné and A. Boutelier (Am. J. Dis. Child.41:1513 [June] 1931), Dr. Boutelier has called attention to the following error. The statement is made that "nothing is said of bismuth or of intravenous, intramuscular or...
In this exhaustive study of the social factors having to do with infant hygiene, the author shows that the hygiene, particularly of infancy, must be the result of, or go hand in hand with, medical observation. Hereditary and constitutional factors must be considered, and an understanding...
Oxycephaly is described in the majority of textbooks as a deformity of the skull with certain morphologic characteristics. An unusually high head and steeply rising forehead constitute the outstanding features of an oxycephalic head. In such a domelike head a relative widening of...
The reason for the existence of medical societies and organizations is too obvious to require explanation or defense. The prime object of medical organization is the dissemination of medical knowledge. New discoveries and new methods are announced at society meetings, and are unselfishly...
This study was undertaken because of the statements of certain physicians that children never recover from rheumatic heart disease and the statements of certain pathologists that the Aschoff bodies, which they believe to be pathognomonic of this condition, never disappear, and that, in...
Committee on Infantile Paralysis for New York.—The president of the Medical Society of the State of New York has appointed a committee on infantile paralysis to cooperate with Dr. Thomas P. Farmer, Syracuse, chairman of the standing committee on public...
The work of the author started with observations on the hearts of children who suffered from thyroid disease, and extended over a period of about ten years. He studied intensively 142 children and made exact measurements with the orthodiagraphic methods.
The book contains a...
Purpuric manifestations associated with tuberculosis in adults have frequently been described, but they occur so infrequently in infants that the following case is worthy of report.
REPORT OF A CASE
History.—N., a Japanese girl, aged 60 days, entered the...
In the study of the metabolism of calcium and phosphorus, not only are the absolute retentions of these elements of importance, but of almost equal significance is the relation between the amounts of these elements retained. From the total amounts retained, rough standards of the minimal...
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