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DERMATOLOGIC conditions classified perforce under the comprehensive and admittedly unsatisfactory term "eczema" constitute one of the chief problems encountered in the practice of medicine. True enough, as diagnostic methods have improved, the number of clinical conditions so designated...
WITHIN recent years three "syndromes" centering around eosinophilia and pulmonary changes have been described in the literature; namely, Loeffler's syndrome,1 tropical eosinophilia or "esinophilic lung"2 and pulmonary acariasis.3
Since the description of these syndromes many...
This is one of the Studies of the Committee on Medicine and the Changing Order of the New York Academy of Medicine, established in 1942 to inquire into economic and social problems confronting the medical profession today.
Public medical care has been traditionally identified...
ERYTHROBLASTOSIS fetalis has long been recognized as a hemolytic disease of unknown origin with varying degrees of anemia and hepatic damage. The historical aspect of the problem has been thoroughly covered by Javert,1 Potter2 and others. The forms manifested by the illness were...
INFECTIOUS diseases of the newborn have provoked much interest in the past. Our incomplete knowledge of neonatal immunity plus the added uncertainty of a variable incubation period and the role of the placenta make it difficult to comprehend some of the phenomena associated with such...
ALTHOUGH the disease entities which one meets on the Isthmus of Panama are similar to those encountered in temperate zones, their incidence is altered by climate, mode of living and sanitary conditions. This difference is particularly emphasized in the practice of pediatrics in Panama,...
Certified in the Subspecialty of Allergy.—On Oct. 1, 1946, the following physicians were certified in the subspecialty of allergy by the American Board of Pediatrics in cooperation with the Committee on Allergy of the American Board of Internal Medicine. All were certified on the record...
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