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Dermatitis exfoliativa neonatorum (Ritter's disease) has been described as an acute exfoliative and bullous cutaneous disease of unknown cause occurring in newborn infants. An opportunity to observe such a case was presented recently.
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Most patients with trichuriasis show little or no clinical evidence of infection. From time to time, however, authors have recognized that unusually heavy infection may result in severe illness. Swartzwelder1 reported the cases of 81 patients admitted to Charity Hospital, New Orleans,...
Vague gastrointestinal complaints in children have always been a problem for the pediatrician. With the idea that these symptoms might occasionally be associated with disease of the gallbladder we have often desired to attempt cholecystography, but, owing to the toxic effects which at...
Many theories have been suggested to explain the causation of congenital malformations. A number of observations1 have been made to support the contention that the environment of the ovum after fertilization can be influenced sufficiently to modify its growth and development. It is,...
The clinician sees disease problems as they are presented by Nature. He has access to the knowledge accumulated in medical books and to recent experimental findings recorded in scientific papers. It is, nevertheless, difficult for the clinician to correlate the findings of the laboratory...
Diabetes mellitus in the young patient is so different from diabetes mellitus in the middleaged or elderly patient that it requires special consideration from a therapeutic standpoint. The majority of children and young adults are undernourished when the disease is first discovered, and...
Among the unusual anomalies of carbohydrate metabolism, the inability to metabolize galactose normally is outstanding because of its serious effects on various structures and functions of the organism. In infants with this anomaly who consume lactose regularly with their milk, high...
Since the recent advent of massive salicylate therapy1 in the treatment of rheumatic fever, a number of cases of salicylate poisoning associated with this form of treatment have been reported.2 In this communication 4 cases of salicylate intoxication in children are presented, in 3 of...
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