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Monozygotic (or identical) twins among mongoloid imbeciles are rarely encountered. Of 16 reported cases of mongolism in both twins of the same sex (table 1), 3 of the pairs have been described as dizygotic and the remaining 13 as monozygotic. In the accounts of these cases, however, an...
Maintaining infants in large groups, as in nurseries and in homes for foundlings, creates the problem of cross infection. One solution of this problem involves isolation of infants one from the other, so that vector lines can be reduced to a few which are well...
This is a very interesting and thorough study on the comparative frequency of rickets in children of tuberculous mothers and in children of tuberculosis-free parents. In roentgenograms taken at birth of 93 infants whose mothers had tuberculosis, no instances of congenital rickets were...
The author has made a comprehensive review of the recent literature (with references to previous articles) on industrial and orthopedic surgery and presented it in a small volume.
It reveals the marked advance and progress which orthopedic surgery is making from the work of the...
Disturbances of the coagulation of the blood may occur if the plasma prothrombin content is below 20 per cent. Such a reduction is presumed to occur under conditions which affect the supply, the absorption or the utilization of vitamin K. In the adult it is difficult to demonstrate an...
The storage, utilization and breakdown of proteins in the immature, rapidly growing organism differ from those in the adult in many important respects. One potentially useful means of investigating the differences and of obtaining information about protein metabolism in general resides...
A yearbook on health in the schools by the American Association of School Administrators is an event worthy of the attention of all physicians who are in earnest about trends in public health and the future of medical practice. It is the administrator of the schools who wields the...
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