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Purulent involvement of the central nervous system is an infrequent complication in cases of scarlet fever. Including the ones reported by us, there were only 74 reported cases of suppurative meningitis in 59,254 cases of scarlet fever, an incidence of less than 1 per cent (table 1). The...
In 1866, Laurence and Moon first pointed out a syndrome known in later literature (1930) as the Laurence-Moon-Biedl syndrome, the prominent clinical manifestations of which are adiposogenital dystrophia (Fröhlich's syndrome), atypical retinitis pigmentosa, often without the concomitant...
Two siblings with an unusual disease of the bones were recently observed:
Case 1.—J. H., a white boy of Irish-American parentage, was admitted to the Bellevue Hospital in October 1933 and again in January 1936 because of knock knee. He was born Oct. 10, 1926. Labor was normal,...
Many physicians who have treated patients with poliomyelitis have come to believe that there is scarcely anything to be gained by using serum from either convalescent human beings or experimental animals, once the patient has contracted the disease. It may be that the antigen used to...
Pyogenic abscess of the liver occasionally occurs as a complication of intraperitoneal suppuration or, in rarer instances, as a result of a focus of infection elsewhere in the body. Ordinarily, the incidence of this lesion is particularly low for infants and young children.
A case of Ludwig's angina is presented because of the unusual etiology.
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A girl 17 months of age with a history of frequent sore throat had been treated for impetigo on the face for one week. At the end of that time a swelling of the neck was...
Disappointing results following tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy are common, perhaps unnecessarily so. Diverse results in apparently similar cases are common enough to have led Dean1 to say before a recent national meeting of otolaryngologists: "Practically, the removal of tonsils is...
Chronic subdural hematoma is a fairly well known pathologic lesion, and many interesting and instructive papers have been written on the subject. Accumulation of blood in the subdural space follows injury to the head, and the symptoms and signs of such an expanding lesion usually appear...
Our purpose in undertaking this work is threefold: to establish trustworthy criteria for the normal electrocardiogram of the child, to determine how and to what extent the child's electrocardiogram deviates from the normal in the various types of heart disease (part II) and to compare...
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