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The author has adopted a rather unique scheme in this book on peritonitis in infancy. He devotes a chapter each to the primary causes of peritonitis, namely, appendicitis, pneumococcus, streptococcus, intestinal ulcers, gastric ulcers, diverticuli and tuberculosis. In these chapters the...
To the Editor:—The recent publication by Doull and his associates1 of the final results of their study of pertussis prophylaxis again brings out the sharp contrast between their results and those obtained by a number of other workers in the same field and renews the confusion felt by...
This book is on infant feeding. The feeding of the child is outlined for the first year, and various artificial feedings are discussed, although most stress is placed on breast feeding for the first six months. The last part of the book is devoted to different methods of feeding to...
Investigations in Gerontology.—The National Institute of Health, of the United States Public Health Service, is organizing a new unit for research into some of the many problems of aging. With the conspicuous shift to greater age in the population,...
In this paper we are presenting a study of 70 patients with sepsis associated with infections of the upper respiratory tract: cervical adenitis, sinus thrombosis and inflammation of the accessory nasal sinuses. All of them had acute pharyngitis; a small number had pharyngitis as the sole...
This text, enlarged and revised in the third edition, contains much to recommend it to the pediatrician and the general practitioner.
The section on infant feeding and on feeding older children—in fact, the work on dietetics in general—is excellent. There is a much needed chapter...
The diagnosis of severe hypothyroidism in children resulting from congenital absence or deficiency of the thyroid gland usually presents little difficulty. The neonatal history, the delay in physical and mental development and the characteristic clinical features coupled with delay in...
This book is a short résumé in Spanish of the principles of infant feeding. Considerable space is given to breast feeding and its technic. A cow's milk formula is advised if artificial feeding is necessary. The more common disturbances of artificially fed infants are discussed and...
In this book is a complete list of the licentiates of each of the various boards of specialties, together with rules governing the action of these boards. It is a very useful reference volume which, of course, must be renewed from year to year.
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