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Spirochaeta pallida is known to affect every organ in the human body. It has been found in practically every organ in stillborn syphilitic infants and in newborn infants that have died of syphilis. The presence of S. pallida in the newborn on necropsy has been amply demonstrated by...
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For the uninitiated pediatrician this small volume may be found useful as an introduction to general allergy, for it contains much useful information on the subject as a whole.
The title is, however, misleading, for the elimination diets comprise only about 50 pages, with a great...
The arrangement of this book differs somewhat from that usually given in works on hematology in that the author has attempted to set up a broad view of the disorders of the blood from a clinical rather than a hematologic viewpoint. It is divided into six sections. The first deals with...
One cannot but admire the courage and energy which were essential to undertaking and completing such a comprehensive treatise on a subject that is advancing so rapidly. The nutritionist will here find a background of the chemistry and clinical aspects of the vitamins that will be most...
Each vitamin is taken up from the standpoints of history, nature and function, pathology, incidence, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. Those discussed are vitamin A, thiamine, nicotinic acid, riboflavin and vitamins C, D, E and K. Protein deficiency, iron deficiency, iodine deficiency...
The daily allowances shown in the accompanying table are recommended by the Committee on Food and Nutrition of the National Research Council (May 1941) and the Committee on Vitamins of the American Academy of Pediatrics. They are ample for healthy children of average size and activity...
In September 1941 we had completed fifteen years of follow-up records on a boy whose case was reported by one of us1 in 1930 as one of chloroma. There have been so many inquiries about this patient that a report of his course to date may not be unwelcome. The very fact of his continued...
Several hundred obese children have been referred to us as having Fröhlich's syndrome, or dystrophia adiposogenitalis. These patients were presumed to have pituitary disease or a combination of pituitary with thyroid involvement. Approximately 80 of this number1 have been studied...
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