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THE RECENT work of Christie and Peterson1 has definitely established the relationship between sensitivity of the skin to histoplasmin and pulmonary calcifications, and emphasizes its importance in the differential roentgenographic diagnosis of healed primary tuberculosis. Studies by the...
Dr. Charles Painter has well edited this 1945 edition, with current articles of interest to the pediatrician and the general surgeon as well as to the orthopedic and industrial surgeons. Considerable space is given to the subjects of arthritis, osteomyelitis and infantile paralysis. The...
This pocket size handbook contains twenty-nine chapters, an adequate index and many excellent illustrations. The color plates of cutaneous rashes of 4 of the "common fevers of childhood" are fairly good. The text has been revised and new illustrations added.
Much of the field of...
IN A PREVIOUS communication1 we reported that the concentration of vitamin A in the blood decreases during the last trimester of pregnancy. Thus, the mean value of the concentration in the plasma of vitamin A in 70 women, six months pregnant or less, was 105.4 U.S.P. units per hundred...
THE FIFTH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF PEDIATRICS
The Fifth International Congress of Pediatrics will meet in New York City at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, July 14 to July 17, 1947.
July 14 has been set aside for registration, for the first plenary...
THE OBSERVATION of heart block in a newly born infant is of such rarity and unusual interest that the following case seems worthy of report.
A girl was born after thirty-five weeks' gestation, on Oct. 7, 1944. The pregnancy was complicated by the severe diabetes of the mother....
MIRROR movements have been reported occasionally among patients with anomalies of the central nervous system, but only rarely have they been noted in apparently normal persons.1 The 2 cases herein described fall into the latter class.
The literature on the subject is meager,...
FAILURE of development of structures in the brain derived from the lamina terminalis, usually reported under the title of "agenesis of the corpus callosum," is an uncommon but well known condiition. Its chief interest in the past has been in connection with studies of the embryology and...
ACUTE agranulocytosis of the type described by Werner Schultz in 1922 is characteristically a disease of middle-aged women. Definite cases in childhood are rare, although other leukopenic and granulocytopenic conditions, without the clinical signs characteristic of the disease, are not...
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