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It is the purpose of this paper to report an instance of generalized cutaneous monilial infection in a young child. Survey of the literature shows comparatively few instances of this infection, the largest series being that of F. W. Schlutz,1 who studied 5 instances of generalized...
The S. twins were admitted to Children's Hospital, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, on Aug. 14, 1942, at the age of 3 weeks. They died Dec. 7, 1942 and at that time were brought to the department of anatomy for dissection. This paper is a report of the gross observations....
Physicians Certified by American Board of Pediatrics.—The following physicians were certified as specialists by the American Board of Pediatrics after the examinations in St. Louis and New York on Nov. 8 and 9:
Dr. Chester J. Antos, Jefferson City, Mo.; Dr. Stuart Lane Arey,...
The opening chapter of this book depicts the evolution which preceded the refinements of technic in present day methods of care of children. The student learns that children require protection and guidance in order to develop into well and useful citizens. In achieving that goal the...
At long last here is a book for mothers, written in a pleasing style, that covers meticulously all the everyday problems of nutrition from birth to adolescence. The authors offer their book as a supplement to the advice of the attending physician, thereby relieving him from the duty of...
It has become a commonplace generalization among physicians, public health workers and others that the growth of children is retarded by pathologic conditions.1 Some consider that retardation of growth is most marked as a result of severity of illness,2 while others believe it to be most...
Although the pathologic changes characteristic of the primary complex of tuberculosis are fairly well understood at the present time, the indications for treatment and the methods of treatment are still subjects of controversy.
Until recent years all children who showed positive...
This volume is a summary of the views of eighteen American and seven European authorities on stuttering. Its purpose is to facilitate study of the literature. Although several outstanding authorities, such as Orton and Janet, have been omitted, the author has presented the views of all...
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