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This is a technical book on the microscope in nontechnical language, written by a technical microscopic consultant and a professor of biology. There are chapters on the historical development, types, structure and use of simple and compound (both monocular and binocular), stereoscopic,...
Clinically it is important to detect slight changes in the size and contour of the heart and to try to differentiate between normal and slightly enlarged hearts. Enlargement of the left ventricle occurs frequently with rheumatic heart disease. The present study was undertaken to evaluate...
This manual gives instructions for the preparation, handling and placement of children should evacuation from industrial centers become necessary. Among the "musts" in preparation is the immunization of children to smallpox, diphtheria and tetanus. Children who have contagious diseases...
In 1939 additional funds for the care of crippled children were authorized by Congress with the understanding that a portion of these funds be used for the care of children with rheumatic fever.
The typical program administered by a state agency for the care of crippled children...
"This study was undertaken to investigate the significance of early sex offenses among males for later life behavior, and in particular to determine to what extent these Juveniles become a menace to society through the commission of sexual or other offenses in adult years. The study also...
Almost every physician sees children with psychogenic problems. Too often he dismisses them with a few words about the development of good habits and a prescription for phenobarbital, a bromide or some other drug. With careful psychologic study of each child and with psychotherapy the...
Micrurgy is a basic technic adapted to the manipulation and observation of microscopic objects, animate or inanimate. With this definition, the first chapter of the symposium edited by James A. Reyniers begins a description of this technic as it is applied, first, to surface chemistry...
Interest in the control of mumps is usually heightened during wars because of the prevalence of the disease among troops1 and the consequent danger of outbreaks in crowded civilian groups.
Control based on isolation of patients and quarantine of exposed persons is often...
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