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Seven infants in whom pulmonary tuberculosis developed before they were 2 years of age have been selected for report from a large group of tuberculous infants seen in the clinic for tuberculosis of the New Haven Hospital. They were selected because they had been followed up over a period...
John Clarke, son of a surgeon of the same name, was born at Wellingsborough, Northamptonshire, England, in 1761. At 11 years of age he was sent to St. Paul's school. He attended lectures by the two Hunters and George Fordyce and was a student at St. George's Hospital. The barbers had by...
Most recent contributors to the literature on so-called "thymic death" are at a loss to explain this phenomenon. Painstaking research during recent years has led to only a few positive observations. The work of the English Status Lymphaticus Investigation Committee1 on over 600 autopsies...
The third edition of this standard work has been condensed into one volume. It is quite remarkable how the authors have been able to do this by a condensation of sentences and an elimination of material that could be spared without loss. In the reviewer's opinion the value of the book...
Reduction cures in childhood are considered dangerous by many laymen as well as by some physicians, and unless certain fundamental principles are observed, the procedure is not without an element of danger.
The relative energy requirements of a child are considerably in excess of...
To the Editor:—We regret exceedingly that we have misstated Dr. Henderson's views, as he has noted. We should have used the expression "an adequate stimulus" (adequate amount of carbon dioxide) instead of "the normal stimulus."
In the pediatric and ophthalmologic literature of the past twenty years one finds many references to phlyctenular conjunctivitis. A review of this work shows that although the clinical picture is clearly recognized and varied plans of therapy are suggested, there is still no absolute...
Comprehensive data on the normal anatomy and physiology of infants and children have been collected in this volume, making it an especially valuable reference book for physicians dealing with children. Volume I contains the chapters on growth, including body weight and length,...
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