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I have been occupied with the following ideas and experiments for several years. Therefore the subject is of such great interest to me that I may not see with a clear eye all the deficiencies of the method described here, and I may overestimate its value.
Langmuir, one of the...
Obstructive laryngeal dyspnea, a serious symptom complex which often requires emergency relief, develops so frequently from an apparently innocent case of laryngitis, that it remains a constant problem to general practitioners and pediatricians.
Although the causes of this...
This beautifully bound and published book is the first volume of a system of pediatrics in the French language. The introduction contains a short history of French pediatrics, with portraits and illustrations from art of pediatric subjects, a most interesting addition to any book....
This short monograph of 102 pages is complete from a clinical standpoint. It is evident that Poucel knows practically nothing about the literature on the subject except what has been published in France. The references and text show a decided narrowness of outlook. On the other hand, the...
In the early part of the eighteenth century there came to America a group of Scotch physicians, among them Cadwallader Colden of New York, Lining, the elder, Moultrie, Chalmers and Garden of South Carolina. Another, a very remarkable man, William Douglass, settled in Boston....
The author of this book is professor of pediatrics of the University of Chile. It is his conception that individual physiologic conditions existing in the germ plasm may affect the offspring. The first chapter deals with such known and acknowledged factors as achondroplasia, cretinism...
Congenital absence of the gallbladder, including the extrahepatic bile ducts, is probably the second in order of frequency of rare anomalies. The presence of two livers is given as the rarest. The case reported here, which occurred in a child 5 months of age, represents 1 in a series of...
This book, dedicated to the author's father, Dr. Karl Ullmann, is a worthy attempt to adapt the principles of diets used in other fields to the successful treatment of the common cold and of sinus infections. The diet, in the author's clear wording, "is directed to counteract acidosis,...
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