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This book, written by the director of the Wallace Research Laboratory, is the result of ten years' continuous research on the subject. It contains the records of 300 patients of all ages who were examined, and of many more who were observed, during the ten year period. Through the...
THE TERM "infantile spastic cerebral palsy" is generally applied to spastic motor defects, with or without athetosis, recognized at birth or soon after or developing during the early years of life, and due to abnormalities of the brain. The vast majority of these cases fall into the...
This book comprises six lectures delivered at Cornell University in 1945 under the title "Messenger Lectures on the Evolution of Civilization." The first two lectures, by H. J. Muller, deal with genetic fundamentals. In nontechnical language, the cytologic basis of the reproductive...
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract Aware of the many problems throughout the country in providing adequate care for children not only during the war years but in the immediate postwar...
Dr. Crosse has presented a good description of the premature as compared with the full term infant. Concisely, she has detailed simple equipment and methods for the adequate care of a premature baby in the home or in the hospital. She shows graphically the effect of these measures in...
AN UNEXPECTED number of requests for reprints of a recent paper on arachnodactyly (Gray1) reveals a sufficiently active interest in anomalies of the fingers to warrant reporting a patient with another rare variety of such an anomaly.
About half a century ago (1894) a case of...
This book was prepared by many authors, under the direction of Dr. Carr, and published as part of the series on "Medicine and the Changing Order." There is a brief but accurate chapter on the historical development of the dental profession; another on undergraduate and graduate education...
Pediatrics, Published by The American Academy of Pediatrics.—The American Academy of Pediatrics has announced the inauguration of a new journal to be called Pediatrics. It will be owned, edited and controlled by the Academy. Charles C Thomas, Publisher,...
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