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An introductory chapter is devoted to an excellent summary of psychoanalytic principles. The remainder of the book is devoted largely to studies of cases, the attempt being made to correlate and explain the behavior of persons with varying degrees of amentia in terms of psychoanalytic...
Some investigators have expressed the opinion that protection against poliomyelitis is a maturation phenomenon.1 Others have stated the belief that protection bears some relation to the physical make-up of the human being.2 Some of the histories of cases of poliomyelitis that I have...
Lichen urticatus constitutes a large proportion of the cutaneous diseases encountered in children. At the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia approximately one fourth of the patients admitted to the dermatologic clinic during the spring and summer months are suffering from this disease....
It has been known for a long time that purpura occurs in the last stages of tuberculosis, and "one of the earliest references to a possible association between these two conditions is found in Willan's Treatise on Cutaneous Diseases (1801). He says 'Purple spots occur in the last stage...
In the preceding studies of hypovitaminosis A in children we1 indicated a clinical method of measuring the reflex irritability of the eye to light when both the child and the experimenter are perfectly adapted to darkness. We called this measurable magnitude the minimum reflexible....
Physicians Certified by American Board of Pediatrics.—The following physicians have been certified by the American Board of Pediatrics since the last report:
William Bradford Adams, Springfield, Mass.; Ben Benjamin, Montreal, Canada; Claude McKinley...
The technic of encephalography is discussed by M. A. Toporikova. The lumbar route for the injection of air is considered preferable except for children with edema or trauma of the brain, for whom ventriculography is suggested. A sitting position for the patient is recommended in order...
This book is designed for students of education, teachers in service and others who may desire a knowledge of the fundamentals of school health problems. It should be of interest to pediatricians who may participate in school programs or give guidance to this branch of community service....
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