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As the title suggests, this book is something different. Without being flippant, one can say that it is a chatty book. It conveys in a conversational manner to the mother and, incidentally, to the physician many of the things which both should know. It is evidently material which has...
In a former article,1 we demonstrated the importance of roentgen examination, following a definite scheme, when there is a question of congenital hypertrophic stenosis of the pylorus. The purpose is to demonstrate the pyloric canal in its longest dimension, which in normal children...
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In a previous communication we reported a preliminary study1 conducted to ascertain the therapeutic value of pertussis antigen prepared according to the method described by Krueger2 and adapted to Haemophilus pertussis by Krueger,...
Kay1 demonstrated that plasma phosphatase was relatively high in rickets. The maximum value which he found in this condition was about seven times his average for normal children of the same age, and about eleven times his average for the normal adult.
Using our procedure for the...
Pathologic studies on acrodynia have been few. Those reported have served more and more to focus attention on the nervous system as the site of the most noteworthy pathologic changes, although a uniform and characteristic pathologic picture is still lacking. The present report gives...
Standardization of potency of antirachitic substances by rat assay has, with the introduction of antirachitic agents other than cod liver oil or its concentrates, lost much of its value through the discovery that the relative prophylactic amounts of these different substances for rats,...
Of the diseases in which the etiology, pathogenesis and treatment are on an infirm and unscientific foundation, epilepsy stands preeminent. In the past a great deal has been written on the subject, and many interesting observations have been recorded by capable clinicians and...
This is a comprehensive and intensive survey of the entire relationship of mental hygiene to community life. After a short introduction in which mental hygiene is as well defined and explained as the reviewer has seen it done, there are chapters on mental hygiene and medicine; mental...
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