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A study to determine the effects of different types of vitamin D administration on young infants in St. Louis has been carried on for a period of twenty months, beginning in September 1937. The present report is confined to observations on the growth and development of the infants and on...
When in 1936 one of the physicians on the staff of the Children's Hospital expressed surprise that several consecutive patients with tetanus had recovered during that year, the remark prompted a review of the cases of tetanus observed in that hospital since 1921. The present...
The failure of children with the nephrotic type of Bright's disease to regenerate plasma protein when fed a diet approximately optimal for the assimilation of nitrogen cannot be attributed solely to loss of protein in the urine in all cases; sometimes severe hypoalbuminemia occurs with...
There is a group of epileptic patients whose history points to a cerebral lesion at the time of birth or during some febrile illness of infancy. The nature of these lesions which produce late habitual epilepsy has received scant attention up to the present. On the other hand, traumatic...
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Selection of Patients.—The 119 patients with pneumonia included in this study were admitted to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia between Oct. 1, 1938 and May 1, 1939. In each case the diagnosis was made by the admitting officer and the patient...
This is the first comprehensive American work on the subject of pediatric surgery to be published since the excellent two volume edition by Kelley. Dr. Brenner has had the assistance of several collaborators, who have written sections on anesthesia, blood transfusion, cleft lip and...
In the review of "Congenital Malformations," by Douglas P. Murphy, in the March issue (Am. J. Dis. Child. 59:682, 1940), the price is given as $1.50. It should read "$2.00."
Helbich in this monograph on "The Breast Feeding Problem and Proposals for the Improvement of Breast Feeding Activities" follows the well known, didactic textbook methods. The material contained is clearly presented but contains nothing new. The only original contributions by Helbich...
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