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The intravenous administration of any appreciable quantity of fluid in cases of pneumonia has usually been considered a hazardous procedure because it increases the load of an already overtaxed myocardium and pulmonary circulation. However, there is little ground for the belief that the...
This book is based on the authors' studies of 560 cases of epilepsy, 439 cases of mania, 181 cases of encephalopathy, 86 cases of Little's disease and 81 cases of hemiplegia. For epilepsy, syphilis was the cause in 39 per cent of the cases, obstetric trauma in 15 per cent, prematurity in...
There is increasingly less pessimism concerning the fate of children infected with tuberculosis during infancy. The reason for this change lies partly in the progressively improving ability of the medical profession to diagnose mild and subclinical tuberculosis in infants and young...
The literature on mental deficiency is so vast that one finds himself in a maze when he tries to construct a comprehensive picture of all the many phases of this unfortunate condition. There are, to be sure, other monographs on mental deficiency, but in the eyes of the reviewer none as...
This case of scurvy is reported because the patient presented an unusual symptom—the sudden appearance of a subaponeurotic hemorrhage which involved the left posterolateral aspect of the head.
REPORT OF A CASE
J. W., a Negro girl aged 10 months, was admitted...
The authors have reviewed, in a small volume, a fairly representative cross-section of the more recent contribution to medical and scientific literature in the field of orthopedic surgery. The chapters dealing with the chemistry of bone and the theories of bone growth are exceptionally...
This is a statistical summary of the condition of children in Slovakia, the eastern province of Czechoslovakia. The text is in the Slovakian language, with the résumés in German and French.
The author discusses in detail the infant mortality and the birth rate of this province as...
In studying the blood from patients with erythroblastic anemia and those with chronic malaria, we were impressed by the great similarity of the findings in the two conditions. The anemia seems to be of the same type and reaches similar levels in cases of both diseases. The erythrocytes...
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