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During the continuation of an epidemiologic study1 of disease of the respiratory tract in children in the winter of 1934-1935, the ferret was included as an experimental animal. The use of this animal was suggested by Smith, Andrewes and Laidlaw2 and Francis,3 who demonstrated the...
In previous investigations1 it was observed that the antistreptolysin titer of infants at the onset of infections was lower than that of older persons and that their antistreptolysin response to infection with beta hemolytic streptococci was minimal. Furthermore, Wilson, Wheeler and...
The simplicity implied in the title of this book on the endocrine glands lies in the manner of presentation, which is pictorial, schematic and tabular. The historical aspect is represented following the old pattern of the trees of good and evil. Linear drawings depict states of...
This constitutes the first part of a book which purports to take up in detail the subject of the normal and pathologic physiology of the muscular action of the gastro-intestinal canal.
The first chapter consists of a minute description of all the different methods used for the...
Clinicians dealing with the basal metabolism of children have often drawn conclusions based on the standards in common use which subsequent clinical experience failed to justify. The commonly used standards based on body surface are especially troublesome in determinations on children,...
That both of nonidentical twins should show the characteristics of mongolism is a sufficiently rare occurrence to merit interest. It has been stated that no two ovum pregnancy has been reported in which both children showed mongolism,1 and Rosanoff and Handy2 in 1934 in a review of all...
Physicians Certified by American Board of Pediatrics.—The following have been certified by the American Board of Pediatrics since the last report:
Edward Saunders Babcock, Sacramento, Calif.; Edward Parsons Bagg, Holyoke, Mass.; Charles Williams...
In 1918 Zondek1 described the heart in four cases of hypothyroidism and introduced the term "myxedema heart." In a second article2 he reported two additional cases. In 1925 Fahr3 called attention to the entity in this country. He stated that the onset of myxedema heart occurs between 19...
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