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With the increasing acceptance of the care of the new-born by the pediatrician, problems that receive casual mention in the larger textbooks deserve emphasis in pediatric periodicals. This is true of the subject under consideration in this paper. Two cases of massive intra-abdominal...
The Report of the Encephalitis Committee in Holland.—In 1927, when encephalitis postvaccinalis occurred in alarming frequency in Holland, the law which decreed compulsory vaccination was temporarily not enforced, and a committee was appointed to study...
Sandro Botticelli, more properly, Alessandro di Mariano dei Filipepi (1444-1510), figures in his Madonna and Child with the two Saint Johns, reproduced here, now in Berlin, a case of multiple arthritis in the hands of the Child and also in those of the Virgin. The changes are most marked...
The report is divided into chapters on the obstetric education of physicians, nurses, midwives and the laity. For physicians it is recommended that more teaching instruction be given in obstetrics, and that fundamental requirements should be a measure of his ability as a specialist. The...
This publication comprises a separate section of volume 30 of A. Czerny's "Abhandlungen aus der Kinderheilkunde und ihren Grenzgebieten."
The authors review briefly the theory involved in disturbances of sugar metabolism, the clinical manifestations of diabetes mellitus in...
Interest in certain phases of the bacteriology of powdered milk, and more specifically powdered infant foods of various types, was stimulated largely by the recent work of Hucker and Hucker,1 who, recognizing the need, made a very extensive study of the numbers and a generalized study of...
While making a microscopic study in the pigments of liver, I was impressed with the frequency of hemosiderosis of the liver in young infants as contrasted with its rarity in the liver of adults. Accordingly, I made a microscopic study of the liver and spleen in 100 recent cases that came...
This little pamphlet is simply a résumé of the public work for children that is done in Paris. It details the different services. There is also a part given over to the service of old people, infirm people and patients with incurable conditions.
The acid-base equilibrium of new-born infants has proved a fertile field for research. Interesting differences exist between the new-born infant and the adult. In the first paper of this series, Hoag and Kiser1 showed that the serum of the new-born infant has a lower carbon dioxide...
In view of the eminence of the author, it is not surprising that this book is well written and carefully thought out. It consists of the various experiences with 701 cases in the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Glasgow.
The subject is taken up from the practical standpoint...
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