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A NUMBER of clinical studies have indicated that victims of the virus of poliomyelitis are apparently the healthier, the better nourished and the more robust members of the family. Since, among other factors, an adequate intake of vitamins is a necessary prerequisite for health, it was...
Chylothorax in infants is so rare that there is no consensus on its prognosis and management. The meager data available indicate that the prognosis of spontaneous chylothorax of the acquired type is much better than that of congenital type. The same meager data afford no optimism for...
IN recent years there has been a significant improvement in the results of the surgical management of congenital duodenal obstruction. In November 1945 Swenson and Ladd1 reported 21 cases of intrinsic duodenal obstruction in the newborn, with 13 recoveries after operation. At the same...
AT A recent staff meeting in Rochester a commander in the Navy who had served as a psychiatrist throughout the war both at the front and in large base hospitals showed the Navy films on "Combat Fatigue" and "Irritability." At the end of the conference after the lights were on, he said in...
This volume contains an account by an eye witness of what has happened on the various fronts in the Medical Corps of the United States Army. It is interesting to note that the text consists largely of statements made by artists who were sent at the expense of the Abbott Laboratories to...
Whenever an entirely new concept at variance with current practice is presented to the medical profession, it is usually received with skepticism. Often some such concepts obtain a few adherents and flourish for a while, soon to be discarded; others are found to be sound and are added to...
The appearance of a second edition of this text is ample evidence of the success of the author's original attempt, and success it deserved. The reviewer knows of no other volume which so thoroughly covers the field of child psychiatry.
In the present edition many of the chapters...
This volume, appearing from the press of the Williams and Wilkins Company, is well printed and of good format.
The author has attempted to write an extremely short treatise on clinical allergy, which is a commendable effort. Unfortunately for a book of this size, the material has...
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