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Charles Michel Billard was born on June 16, 1800, at Pellouaille; he studied in Laval and then in Angers, and, deciding on the study of medicine, he went to Paris in 1824 to work in the hospitals. A year later he published his first work, a large treatise entitled: "Recherches d'anatomie...
This is the eleventh edition of the well known book by Dr. Cabot, emeritus professor of clinical medicine in Harvard University and formerly chief of the west medical service at the Massachusetts General Hospital. The revision is complete, but the characteristic style, method of...
To the new-born infant the extra-uterine environment presents many new problems. At birth the rosy complexion of the skin is similar to that of a plethoric person. This rosiness, however, is not caused by polycythemia, but is rather an erythema neonatorum and disappears after a few days,...
The field of orthopedic surgery is treated in a thorough manner, however short and concise. Each subject is considered from the standpoint of etiology, pathology, symptoms, diagnosis, differential diagnosis and treatment. This is an excellent work for the student or general...
Probably every physician who has treated enuretic children has observed that more than one case of enuresis frequently occurs in a single family. The tendency has been, however, to explain the familial incidence on an environmental basis. The theory that the condition is a conduct...
Franz Hals (1580-1666) of Antwerp and Haarlem painted a Dutch wetnurse and child which now hangs in the Berlin Gemälde Galerie. The nurse has a white cap trimmed with lace and the ruffed collar of the period. She holds a piece of fruit in her hand, evidently to divert the child, who pays...
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