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I. PRIMARY DIAGNOSIS OF MENINGITIS AND STUDY OF SPINAL FLUID IN MENINGOCOCCEMIA WITHOUT MENINGITIS
THE PRINCIPAL aim of clinical bacteriology is the rapid and accurate identification of pathogenic organisms so that the clinician may employ suitable specific...
This is an excellent exposition and interpreted description of the processes of hypnosis and mental analysis. The first 135 pages are devoted to a description of the analysis of an extremely complex individual, who had had a rather unusual artistic training which gave him the symbolic...
THIS report is a brief record of our experience in treating impetigo neonatorum with small doses of penicillin. We feel that it is worth recording because the method materially simplified the treatment and technics in the nursery of newly born infants.
Between Jan. 1, 1944 and...
THIS paper is a preliminary report of the results of studies of blood amino nitrogen levels after the ingestion of test feedings of protein and of acid hydrolysates of protein. The study was undertaken to learn whether there were any characteristics of the peripheral blood amino nitrogen...
SINCE the description of periarteritis nodosa by von Rokitansky1 in 1852 and by Kussmaul and Maier2 in 1865, numerous reports have appeared in the literature. Dickson3 and subsequent observers favored the designation of polyarteritis nodosa, since the inflammatory reaction is not...
Back Numbers Wanted.—The editor is receiving requests repeatedly from abroad for copies of the American Journal OF Diseases OF Children and for medical books on pediatrics.
He has just received an urgent appeal from China, and has had appeals from Holland and Poland....
In the letter to the Editor from Dr. M. G. Peterman in the June issue of the American Journal of Diseases of Children (71:659, 1946) 0.1 Gm. in the last line should read 0.1 mg.
MANY infections of childhood have been assigned etiologic responsibility in bronchiectasis. In recent years a few communications have indicated that pathogenic factors often seem to occur during the course of primary tuberculosis and might quite conceivably produce ectasia. In 1933 Jones...
RECOGNITION of the value of psychiatric treatment of children is spreading rapidly, but the selection of cases for psychiatric care is still determined more often by the complaints of parents than by objective criteria. This paper presents a developmental approach to the recognition of...
Dr. Clement Smith was Professor of Pediatrics at Wayne University College of Medicine and Medical Director of the Children's Hospital of Michigan. His book reflects his wide reading, deep study and excellent clinical experience. As is essential in a study of the newborn, the physiology...
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