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Hereditary deviations seldom appear singly. Owing to the variety of their combinations, each observer, influenced by his special interest in some particular phase of medicine as well as by chance, encounters certain sets of symptoms more frequently than others. After seeing several...
The following footnote was omitted from part 2 of the January 1937 issue of the American Journal of Diseases of Children:
The publication of this supplement has been made possible by a grant from the Abraham-Jacobi Memorial Fund.
This monograph presents a comprehensive discussion of the clinical and hematologic problems offered by leukemia (the leukoses) in children. The discussion is based on the histories of 50 cases of leukosis observed by the author and of 492 cases reported in the literature. The author...
This is a short text but a good one on the nourishment and treatment of the child. The first 108 pages are taken up with nutrition, the next 442 with a consideration of general diseases and the last 40 with a description of the measures used in the treatment of children and also in the...
This is the first volume of the series "The Patient and the Weather," its publication having been delayed in order that certain meteorological data might be checked. Reviews of other volumes have already appeared in this journal. One volume had to do with the chemical and vascular...
This handy volume embraces a discussion of mentally deficient children from the point of view of the limitation of their facilities for expressing whatever ability they possess. A diagnosis of mental deficiency usually spells hopelessness and despair to the relatives and only too often...
In recent years whole human blood given by intramuscular injection has been used extensively for prophylaxis and treatment. Accidents have occasionally followed such injections. Thus, pyogenic infections have developed at the sites of injection, syphilis and malaria have been transmitted...
The many articles written in the past century concerning aneurysm contain only a few reports of infectious (myotic) aneurysm of intravascular origin in patients under 10 years of age. An aneurysm may be congenital, traumatic, syphilitic, infectious or atheromatous in origin. Stengel and...
The severity and frequency of serious complications of the otitic infections accompanying influenza have impressed many physicians, so that even now when bullous hemorrhagic lesions are seen on the ear drum or on the otitic canal wall a feeling of considerable concern is aroused. After...
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