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Although acrodynia is an unusual condition in most parts of this country, it is so unique as to deserve attention. So far as I know, it is the only condition in childhood in which disordered function of the vegetative nervous system underlies a characteristic and complex clinical...
This book contains a complete group of abstracts on congenital syphilis. It comprises a complete list of the publications that appeared previous to 1930 and following those included in Compilation 1.
The task of subduing the grip among babies and children gives rise to great difficulties in both clinical and private cases. At the time of a grip endemic the aim of the physician is to discover a ready and effective medicine. My co-workers and I tried quinine, salicylic acid and a brand...
In the first part of this work1 the pathologic character of the resolving exudates in pulmonary tuberculosis of children was discussed. In the present paper are presented principally clinical and roentgenologic records in support of the ideas developed in study I and as further evidence2...
This is a detailed record of controlled objective observations on twenty-five normal infants from birth to 2 years of age. The author systematically applied a large number of tests at regular intervals in the homes of the patients. The results of the tests were supplemented by general...
In the past few years, several reports have been made of the arrest of caries through dietary changes in various children's institutions in this country and in England. The strictly controlled conditions under which these studies have been conducted have caused the profession as a whole...
Infections in man by Salmonella suipestifer have been regarded as a rarity. The following report is of a child with a disease resembling paratyphoid fever from whose blood S. suipestifer was isolated.
REPORT OF CASE
History.—B. W., a 6 year old girl, was...
It is well known that with some remedies, e. g., arsphenamine, mercury, bismuth and iodide of potassium, several years of continuous administration are required to ensure complete recovery from paroxysmal hemoglobinuria. Recently, S. Inamori of the department of pediatrics at Manchuria...
Reports in the literature on basal metabolism in asthma and epilepsy are few, and limited for the most part to adults.
In this paper we present the results of basal metabolic tests in a group of twenty-five children with allergic asthma and in a group of twenty-five children with...
A definite relationship between body build and oxygen absorption in children appears in our study of the basal metabolic rate of 573 normal children.
In our series slender-built children normally have higher basal rates than broad-built children of the same age-sex group. High...
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