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The literature has several excellent reports of Lederer's anemia.1 We recently observed a case which is identical in type with those originally described by Lederer.
REPORT OF A CASE
J. G., a boy of Jewish extraction, 25 months of age, was admitted to the...
The present edition of this well known work will be favorably received by every investigator in the field of endocrinology. Since the first appearance of the book, in 1932, so much has been learned about the sex hormones and the interrelationships of the endocrine glands that a second...
Physicians Certified by American Board of Pediatrics.—The following physicians were certified by the American Board of Pediatrics after the examinations in New York on April 25 and 26, 1939:
Eleanor L. Adler, Yonkers, N. Y.; Charles V. Baker,...
In 1936 the first volume of this work reviewed the immense accumulation of literature on the functions of the pituitary gland. The bibliography of some three thousand references has become indispensable to every investigator in this field. Since then the number of publications on the...
Cardiac enlargement is perhaps the most certain single sign of heart disease. Important information might be added to studies of cardiac function in anemic children if it were possible to demonstrate significant changes in the size of the heart before and after treatment of a disorder of...
This investigation is one of a series undertaken to determine the response of bone growth in children to an improvement in nutrition. Ossification in the bones of the wrist has been the criterion of bone development; several food supplements have been used to improve nutrition. The...
Congenital leukemia is rare. Since 1888 approximately 27 cases have been reported (table). In none of these was the condition definitely monocytic; in 7 it was lymphocytic and in the rest myeloid. The ages at which the patients were first encountered ranged from newborn (stillbirth) to...
Erythroblastic anemia, a disturbance of the hemopoietic system, is a well established disease characterized by racial and familial incidence, mongoloid appearance, progressive anemia, deficiency of hemoglobin with decrease in the number of red cells but with large numbers of nucleated...
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