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There are several reports in the literature of infarction of the liver associated with hypoprothrombinemia, hemorrhagic manifestations and failure to respond to vitamin K therapy. All the patients have been adults. In 1930, Zimmerman described an instance of infarction of the liver in a...
The author has anticipated the demand for a practical text and reference book dealing with the parasitic diseases. This demand is becoming more and more evident as the implications of the worldwide conflict in which the United States is engaged become apparent to persons interested in...
Rickets in infants is one of the most common diseases found in pediatric practice. However, active rickets after 2 years of age is uncommon, and only a few cases have been reported of its occurrence in older children, who have been extremely resistant to treatment and required massive...
The central nervous system in childhood is known for its instability and vulnerability to toxins, bacteria and viruses.
The exanthematous diseases are responsible for a large part of the disturbances of the central nervous system in childhood. Measles is complicated by symptoms...
Since 1933 at Cleveland City Hospital and its outpatient departments, especially at the East Thirty-Fifth Street dispensary, one of us (J. D. P.) has been treating juvenile female patients for gonorrheal infections of the genital organs. As a matter of course, many girls with...
Haemophilus influenzae is one of the common pathogens of infancy and childhood. The most frequent infection due to it is meningitis. As a cause of meningitis in the younger age groups,1 the influenza bacillus shares first place with the meningococcus and the tubercle bacillus. The next...
In the article by Emilio Soto Pradera, Enrique Fernandez and Oscar Calderin entitled "Coconut Water: A Clinical and Experimental Study," in the December issue (Am. J. Dis. Child. 64:977, 1942), the heading of the last column in table 5, on page 988, should read "ph."
In reading the literature on cholesterol metabolism one is confronted with the most contradictory results. To a great extent this confusion is due to two circumstances: (1) the use of different species of animals in the investigations and (2) the inadequacy of the methods used. The...
Measures for diagnosing endocrinopathies in childhood are not yet satisfactory. Among conditions difficult to diagnose is a questionable lowered function of the pituitary gland. The picture of full-blown pituitary dwarfism is readily diagnosed clinically. The signs and symptoms vary a...
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