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THE PRESENT study is the fifth of the several pertussis immunization series in Grand Rapids during the past dozen years. In series I, reported in 1939,1 protection was demonstrated following pertussis vaccination; in series II and III, reported in 1943,2 protection was shown to follow...
THE use of penicillin and the sulfonamide compounds is the inability to determine the duration of treatment necessary to eradicate an infection. This difficulty is due to the rapid disappearance of all clinical evidence of the disease before a cure has been completed. The so-called...
To the Editor:—Dr. Newton's report is interesting and offers further evidence of the existence of scarlet fever among the Pueblos.
In January 1945, I performed Dick tests on 215 Navajo children at the Toadalena boarding school in Toadalena, N. Mex. Twelve per cent were positive...
To the Editor::—Failure to observe the occurrence of a disease assumed to be common should not be assumed to indicate its complete absence or the complete immunity to it of a people, unless they be entirely isolated. The comparative lack of cases (observed by physicians or nurses) of...
The Scientific Exhibit, Atlantic City Session of the American Medical Association.—At the Atlantic City Session, June 9 to 13, 1947, the American Medical Association will observe its centennial anniversary. For almost half of those hundred years—since...
OSTEOMYELITIS of the superior maxilla in the newborn infant is uncommon, while osteomyelitis of the mandible is extremely rare.
Wilensky1 (1932) reviewed the literature of osteomyelitis in infants and suggested that it be separated from the general subject of osteomyelitis...
NEW light has recently been thrown on the etiologic factors involved in certain congenital malformations by three series of cases reported from Australia, in which virus infections, particularly German measles occurring early in pregnancy, seemed to be definitely related to the...
IT HAS been estimated that about 75 per cent of all children with cerebral palsy have speech defects and that from 50 to 75 per cent of these children can be benefited by speech training.1 The value of such training cannot be overestimated. It is a vital part of the rehabilitation...
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