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The first edition of Williams' Obstetrics appeared in 1903. The book immediately attained a commanding position among books on obstetrics and was widely used as a textbook and as a book of reference. It went through repeated editions, the sixth of which, after careful revision, was...
Myotonia congenita is a disease of the muscles characterized by slowness of relaxation after voluntary contraction. It is manifested clinically by tonic cramps and muscular hypertrophy. The hereditary nature and the detailed clinical picture of the disorder were first clearly elucidated,...
The 1937 edition of this useful book for the keeping of the physician's accounts has the usual spaces for recording and is arranged for daily records. It should be of great help to the doctor in systematizing his accounts.
Multiple idiopathic hemorrhagic sarcoma, an unusual disease among adults in America, is rare in children. Our case is particularly interesting because the condition was typical both clinically and pathologically.
REPORT OF A CASE
The patient was a 4½ year old...
Data have been presented in previous papers of this series demonstrating that under standard conditions of indirect calorimetry infants and children lose an average of 26 and 24 per cent, respectively, of their basal heat production by vaporization of water through the skin and lungs.1...
Physicians Certified by American Board of Pediatrics.—The following twenty-four physicians have been certified by the American Board of Pediatrics since the last report:
Harry S. Altman, New York; Louis Barash, New York; Walter Douglas Brown,...
The first part of this book contains a detailed account of the authors' method of food analysis, with tables of the various constituents of fruits, vegetables and nuts. Some of the findings are of interest. Vegetables are considered an excellent source of calcium, but except in green...
Observations regarding the rate of sedimentation of the erythrocytes are sufficiently ancient to lend dignity and interest to the problem offered by the variation of this rate in rheumatic infection in children. Galen1 recorded that in certain conditions, particularly in severe...
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