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In reading the literature on the subject of tooth decay, a subject which is becoming increasingly interesting and important to biologists and medical men, as well as to dentists, one gains the impression that the development of bone and that of teeth go "hand in hand," and that any...
Dr. W. H. Park, Director of Laboratories, New York City Department of Health, has been appointed the first Hermann M. Biggs professor of preventive medicine in New York University and Bellevue Hospital.
A study of this book gives one a knowledge of the fundamentals of normal posture and how to achieve them. The authors trace the evolution of posture in the human race and in the person from infancy to the adult stage, showing the influence of the functional and structural variations...
This book outlines in detail the subject of hospitals and dispensaries as related to the care of the child. In the introduction it is stated that the hospital serves two main purposes: first, the care of the sick, and second, the education of the professional and lay public. For the...
The second, revised and enlarged, edition of this book not only contains several new chapters, but valuable new material has been added to different chapters of the first edition. The book is well illustrated with fifty-five engravings and six full page colored plates.
A search of the literature on micrognathia reveals few suggestions for correction of this deformity other than appliances that have the disadvantages of being cumbersome, difficult of retention, insanitary and requiring a closed mouth.1 As dyspnea is an ever present symptom, any...
In the abstracts of the articles by Dr. Clause Jensen published in the December, 1932, issue of the American Journal of Diseases of Children (vol. 44, pp. 1345 and 1346) the word "antitoxin" should read "anatoxin."
Roentgen examination of the chest often fails to satisfy the demands of the clinician. In part, this is due to unavoidable limitations inherent in the method, the roentgenogram being a composite picture of the densities encountered by the roentgen ray in its passage through the chest....
Mario Zuccaro was born in Naples some time in the latter part of the sixteenth century, and at a very early age he became professor of medicine in his native city. He was made a comus palatinus, or Palatine Count, in recognition of his services. He was buried in the church of the Royal...
An opportunity presented itself in the last five years to study both clinically and by postmortem examination two cases of kernikterus. We have also had the privilege of studying the histories and subsequent courses of two children in whom extensive dysfunction of the central nervous...
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