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The role of the thyroid in calcium metabolism has been investigated by Aub and others1 with low calcium intake, and they have concluded that in cases of exophthalmic goiter and hyperfunctioning adenoma the excretion is increased and that in cases of myxedema it is markedly diminished and...
This volume summarizes the advances made in the knowledge of epidemic encephalitis from 1930 to 1937. Of particular value is the discussion of the St. Louis type of encephalitis which occurred in 1933 and the Japanese B type which occurred in 1934-1935. There are also a short discussion...
Thumb and finger sucking are of importance because of the concern they cause in parents. The pediatrician to whom the alarmed parents come for advice is often as confused about the significance of the practice as are the parents themselves. He finds it difficult to help them or to allay...
In the article entitled "Immunologic Properties of Scarlatina Convalescent Serum" by Drs. Elizabeth Moore and William Thalhimer, in the November issue (Am. J. Dis. Child. 58:1039, 1939), in the fourth line from the top on page 1043, 49 should read 42; 73, 63; 29, 25, and 43, 37.
The case to be described is deemed worthy of report because of the fatal outcome of what appeared at the time to be a minor superficial injury.
REPORT OF A CASE
R. M., a boy aged 4 years and 9 months, was riding on a tricycle along the sidewalk near his home...
Parents and others who have observed children playing with dolls have heard them repeat the scoldings which they have received, as well as voice their own interests and attitudes. A glimpse could thus be obtained of the personal life of the child.
It has been possible to utilize...
Abstract In four previous publications1 one of us (C. E. B.) has accumulated evidence that the so-called mongoloid deficiency is associated with an endocrine disorder. It has been demonstrated that the physical appearance in this condition is due to a developmental failure in growth, especially...
When mice are inoculated intranasally or intratracheally with saline suspensions of phase 1 Haemophilus pertussis, a definite lesion of the lungs results.1 This type of experimental infection affords a suitable method by means of which the protective qualities of various immunizing...
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