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This book is easy to read. It is a little premature, but it does give the pertinent facts desired by physicians at the present time. The only trouble is that in a few months it will be out of date because research in fungicidal biologicals progresses so rapidly.
THE investigations here reported describe an attempt to determine what occurs inside the stomach of the average child on drinking cow's milk. Answers have been sought to four questions:
When a child drinks a glass of milk, what is the makeup of the fasting gastric secretions...
THE following case reports and comment are presented to call attention to a possible new syndrome with the hope that further observations and interest will clarify the present uncertainty of its nature.
REPORT OF CASES
Case 1.—S. W., a 5 month old girl, was...
MECKEL'S diverticulum represents the persistent remains of the fetal omphalomesenteric duct, which is the duct of communication between the yolk sac and the primitive digestive tube. According to Bird,1 the duct normally begins to atrophy at the seventh week of fetal life, it is...
This book is a brief easy to read survey of the roentgenologic aspects of the principal diseases of children. These are treated as they are encountered under chapter headings according to anatomic divisions: Head and Neck, Thorax, Abdomen, Pelvis, etc., with greater detail given in the...
After all the guerrilla warfare of recent years over the question of the extension of medical service, it is time for some studies of the problem that do not serve as "targets of emotion" rather than "of logic." The New York Academy of Medicine through its committee on Medicine and the...
TOXEMIA pregnancy has been considered one of the important causes of premature delivery. In a review of 21 previous reports,1 the incidence of toxemia among the mothers of premature infants was found to vary from 1.4 to 29.9 per cent. Our preliminary study2 demonstrated that toxemia had...
THE use of the angle of clearance as a fluoroscopic method for measuring cardiac size was devised by Wilson1 in 1934. After comparing it with other methods of measuring the size of the heart of patients with rheumatic heart disease, she concluded that the angle of clearance...
The second volume of this important work takes up the Rorschach test at the point where volume I leaves off—at the stage of interpretation. It translates the symbols of the test into a more familiar clinical language and sketches out the structures of recognizable personalities from the...
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