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Physicians Certified by American Board of Pediatrics.—The following have been certified by the American Board of Pediatrics since the last report:
John A. Bigler, Highland Park, Ill.; Arthur Proctor Black, Peiping, China; Frederick B. Burke,...
Bulloch and Sequeira in 19051 established the relationship between tumor of the adrenal cortex and pseudohermaphroditism. As early as 1756, however, Cooke described a case of tumor of the adrenal gland in a girl of 7 years of age. She was very obese and had an abnormal growth of hair on...
A large percentage of children with rheumatic heart disease exhibit a group of frequently unrecognized gastro-intestinal symptoms as the only manifestation of an active rheumatic phase.
Digestive symptoms, especially abdominal pain in children, have been observed in various...
Moore has given an unusually clear and simple presentation of the important factors in the nutrition of mother and child. He has given enough scientific data to satisfy the intelligent mother and to secure her adherence to the principles that he lays down. Of particular interest are his...
This book purports to give to the laity some understanding of the fields of physiology, hygiene, psychiatry and medicine. It consists for the most part of vague generalities and trite aphorisms, and where attempts are made to give definite information much of it is inaccurate and...
That the incidence and clinical characteristics of rheumatic fever may vary in different parts of the world and in different parts of the United States is indicated by statistical reports.1 It has been stated that data bearing on the complications and prognosis in one region may not...
There is known to be an increase in metabolism in all infections. As fever is nearly always present, it is difficult to say whether this increase is due to the fever or to other factors. It is known that fever produces a rise in basal metabolism—a rise which follows van't Hóff's law,...
Calcinosis is the term applied to the abnormal deposition of calcium salts in the skin, subcutaneous tissues, muscles and tendons of the body. The first authentic case was reported in association with scleroderma by Weber in 1878, who interpreted the condition as a form of gout. Since...
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