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During the past several years a number of unrelated studies and investigations have amassed material which when put together forms an interesting picture of diphtheria immunity and factors affecting it in a community. Diphtheria antitoxin is at present the only readily measurable immune...
The following physicians were certified by the American Board of Pediatrics after the examinations in Cincinnati on November 14 and 15:
Marion Leroy Ainsworth, Columbus, Ohio; Philip L. Aries, Chicago; William James Ball, Charleston, S. C.;...
With a few exceptions the papers and case reports dealing with epidermolysis bullosa have appeared solely in the dermatologic literature of Europe and America. Little has been written about the condition in the pediatric journals, particularly in this country. For this reason it seems...
In the article entitled "Pneumococcic Pneumonia of Type XIV in Children Treated with Specific Serum" by Drs. Jesse G. M. Bullowa and Morris Gleich, in the January issue (Am. J. Dis. Child. 59:84, 1940), the word "black" in the second line of the legend for chart 2, on page 87, should...
The use of the newly devised combination microhemopipet, elsewhere described (Kato1), facilitates the simultaneous determinations of the erythrocyte sedimentation rate, the packed cell volume and the icteric index with an amount of blood small enough (50 cu.mm.) to be easily obtained by...
The term progeria, meaning prematurely old, was first given to a rare disease of childhood by Hastings Gilford.1 The original case was described by Hutchinson,2 but Gilford classified the disease as a distinct clinical entity and presented 2 cases of his own, in one of which the patient...
Two cases of paroxysmal tachycardia demonstrated certain unusual features which appeared to warrant their being reported:
Case 1.—History.—J. E., a girl aged 13, was admitted to the Hospital for Sick Children Aug. 25, 1938. She was the third child in a family of 6. The rest were...
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