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The work of Goldblatt and his associates,1 as well as that of others, has focused attention on the role of ischemia of the kidneys, and particularly on the role of ischemia of a single kidney in the production of arterial hypertension. After this experimental work, attempts have been...
Because of the ease of its recognition, polycystic disease of the kidney has been of medical interest at least since the sixteenth century.1 Morgagni,2 about a hundred years later, observed and described the "hydatids" which he found in several cadavers he had dissected. He noted that...
It has been suggested that there is a toxic factor in the stools and urine of patients with poliomyelitis,1 the effects of which can be neutralized by the previous injection of convalescent poliomyelitis serum, although not by serums obtained during the acute stage of the disease.2...
The work that led to the data in this paper was initiated by the paucity of published observations on blood sugar values in normal children of different ages. Frequently we have encountered in our juvenile patients with diabetes blood sugar levels that seemed much lower than normal, and...
Clinical reports of the abnormalities of epiphysial ossification which occur in hypothyroidism during childhood have been recorded in the Swiss or German literature by Läwen1 in 1909 (1 case), Roth2 in 1918 (3 cases), von Seemen3 in 1928 (2 cases) and Looser4 in 1929. Von Seemen called...
For years we have been interested in the problems of nephritis in childhood. In the follow-up study of nephritic children the presence of continued hematuria is, among other data, of great significance. We were therefore interested in comparing several methods of detecting the presence...
The American Board of Pediatrics.—An examination will be held in Boston on October 12, 1941, immediately following the meeting of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
No further applications for the examination to be held in New York, in March...
This book, which even in previous editions was a fine text on diseases of children, has been brought up to date. It has been largely rewritten and indubitably retains its place as one of the finest books in the field.
In accord with the growth of the field of pediatrics and the...
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