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Joseph O'Dwyer, one of the brightest lights of American pediatrics, was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on Oct. 12, 1841. His early life was spent in Canada near London, Ontario, where he went to school and began his medical studies under a preceptor, Dr. Anderson. In 1864 he went to New York...
This work edited by Dr. Luis Morquio is the product of many collaborators, each contributing a chapter in the field of tuberculosis about which he is best qualified to write. The topics treated in each chapter and the authors give an idea of the thoroughness of the text.
The treatment of gonorrheal vulvovaginitis in infants and young girls has always been an unsolved problem to the gynecologist, the pediatrician and the general practitioner. The various methods of therapy1—vaginal instillations and irrigations, antiseptic applications to the cervix, the...
The book is a thesis for a doctor's professorship, and the author gives the impression that he is well acquainted with his subject, even though the treatise has a tendency to conform to outlines. The author believes that pulmonary abscess in children is much more common than is thought....
Vittore Carpaccio (1489-1522), of Venice, painted a well known picture called the birth of the Virgin, which is full of pediatric interest. It shows the interior of a house belonging to a well-to-do contemporary.
The room is light and airy, and the bed is in an alcove hung with...
The clinical manifestations and the anatomic features of the fully developed form of tuberous sclerosis are so well known and so fully described in textbooks1 that a brief résumé of the cardinal signs and a concise description of the more prominent anatomic alterations will meet the...
Wollheim and Schauinslaud "seek to present to the American medical profession a dispassionate outline of the theoretical and general principles" of this salt-free, high vitamin diet designed for the treatment of tuberculosis. From their brief review of the literature on the diet, in...
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