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The recent work of Dr. Philip Levine and his co-workers1 has established two fundamental concepts: (1) the induction of isoimmunization of a pregnant woman by antigens of the fetus (or products of conception), inherited from the father, and (2) pathogenesis of the various maternal and...
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract Physicians Certified as Specialists by the American Board of Pediatrics.—The following physicians were certified as specialists by the American Board of...
To the Editor:—I have just read the excellent paper by Dr. Helen Dawson on the anatomic abnormalities in a set of pygopagus twins, published in the American Journal of Diseases of Children for December 1944.
For the sake of completeness, I wish to take exception to the statement...
Many cases of congenital atresia of the intestine below the duodenum have been reported, but there have been relatively few operative recoveries. The cause of the high mortality is intestinal obstruction, which if not relieved results in necrosis of the bowel and in peritonitis, usually...
While in many diseases a patient cannot by any known means be restored to the normal state, it seems that maximum restoration ought to be attained by reestablishing as many normal physiologic functions as possible. At first thought one might assume that to follow the norm is simple, but...
The appearance in my private service of 2 cases of hemorrhagic uremia at the same time prompted this report. Most of the textbooks on pediatrics do not mention hemorrhagic uremia. The few cases cited in the literature involved adults.1
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The author of this valuable and interesting book on artificial pneumothorax was formerly resident physician at the William H. Maybury Sanitorium (the Detroit Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitorium), Northville, Mich.
The book is divided into three main sections: general...
Dietitians, physicians, nurses, teachers, students, public health workers and social workers will find this book of inestimable value because it is factual, concise, thorough and sound. The practical procedure for planning normal and therapeutic diets and for teaching their preparation...
According to the authors' preface, this book is designed primarily as a guide and source of reference for the diabetic patient. Also it offers the physician valuable data and plans for the formulation of diets for the adult diabetic patient. For the adult patient and for his physician...
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