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Pneumococcic meningitis in the newly born is a rare disease, or at least it is infrequently reported.
Karplus,1 in an exhaustive review of the literature, was able to discover only four cases up to 1927. Rueda2 in 1927, Heinz3 in 1928 and Uhr4 in 1929 each reported one case....
Apparently not a great deal is known about the details of the life of Tobias Katz, one of the Jewish physicians of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. What is known was embodied in two articles by A. Levinson, in 1917.1
Tobias was born in 1652 at Metz, where his father had...
This publication is designed to assist physicians in choosing and recommending the proper European stations and spa's where climatic and hydrotherapeutic measures may be obtained favorable to the various disturbances of infants and children. In part I the various diseases of children...
Bradycardia during early childhood was mentioned first in 1896, by Schuster,1 who reported a case of rheumatic fever in a child 4 years old who had transient bradycardia, with a rate of 35, the mechanism of which was unknown. It was not until 1908 that graphic proof of congenital...
Investigations on dehydration accompanying infantile diarrhea during the last few years have revealed the great significance of the acidosis which is so often present. Czerny1 was the first to call attention to this acidosis when he pointed out the similarity of the deep breathing which...
Gangrene of the extremities is one of the rare complications of scarlet fever. In a review of the literature, reports of only fifteen cases have been found, eleven of which were available for study. The first were by Lister1 and Hudson2 in 1858, followed later by those of Tungel,3 Mayr,4...
Congress of French Pediatric Association.—The Eighth Congress of the French Pediatric Association will be held in Paris on July 9 to 11, 1934.
Dr. G. Vidal Jordana has been named professor of pediatrics to...
This book, the third in its field to be published in this country within the past year, fills a long-felt want, although incompletely. Interest in neuropathology has been very active in recent years in America as well as elsewhere, and has resulted in a great deal of creditable work, but...
The mineral growth of the human fetus may be determined from the chemical composition at various stages of fetal development. Data on the chemical composition from which such growth can be shown earlier than the sixth lunar month are, to our knowledge, practically lacking in the...
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