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Infection of the lower part of the genital tract in girls presents many peculiar and exasperating problems. Although it is resistant to treatment and has a marked tendency to recurrence, it tends to disappear spontaneously at puberty. Its mode of spread is uncertain. The standard methods...
Dr. Bridges has compiled an exceedingly valuable work on dietetics not only from the standpoint of a reference book but from that of a stimulating exposition of the science of nutrition.
The chapters on the mechanics, physiology and chemistry of digestion and those on the...
In this volume the author summarizes his findings during a ten year period of intensive study of the disorders associated with the acquisition of language.
The first part of the volume describes the disorders which follow the destruction of small areas of the brain, emphasizing...
The relation which malocclusion bears to sigmatism is still a controversial question. No one will deny that malocclusion may cause sigmatism, but its importance has been minimized by some and exaggerated by others. I believe that malocclusion does play an important rôle in sigmatism. It...
This well written monograph is an excellent presentation of the whole picture of juvenile dementia paralytica. The twelve chapters have been published separately in various medical journals. The study is based on 43 cases personally observed and 610 cases recorded in the literature. The...
Studies in the laboratory of the Department of Pediatrics of the University of Chicago have shown that citric and tartaric acids and the sodium salts of these acids have a marked tendency to prevent the development of rickets in rats on a rachitogenic diet and to cause healing when...
These three pamphlets embody absolute theory without the quotation of any basic facts on which the ideas may rest. That ultraviolet radiation from a quartz lamp liberates antigens from a deep focus of infection is a characteristic theory expressed. Nothing further need be said.
The purpose of this paper is to present an unusual example of cardiac arrhythmia in a new-born infant and to discuss briefly the therapy administered in cases of this disorder.
Paroxysmal tachycardia in children is rare, as is evident from the paucity of reports in the...
This book is the seventh volume of the aids to students published by Baillere, Tindall and Cox (American publishers, Williams and Wilkins Company, Baltimore). It covers the entire field of pediatrics in a simple and concise manner. The appendix contains a description of pediatric...
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