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THE ETIOLOGIC basis of rheumatic fever is at present unknown. Since the disease is in all likelihood an infectious one, many direct bacteriologic and virologic studies on it have been carried out in recent decades. None of these studies has identified any organism responsible for the...
AMONG the most interesting reflexes in infancy are those which disappear after a few weeks or months of life: the hand grasp, Babinski, Moro embrace and tonic neck reflexes.
Inasmuch as the hand grasp reflex of the newborn infant disappears by the time the child has attained...
This concise but authoritative series of papers describes the manner in which red blood cells are produced and destroyed. The material was originally presented as a conference on red cell production and destruction held by the section of biology of the New York Academy of Sciences in...
This volume has deservedly become a standard work on infant nutrition, one of the "classics" of American pediatrics. As stated in the preface to the third and fourth editions, the book is intended to be useful to both students and practitioners, an intention which is admirably fulfilled....
This volume is the report of a conference on muscular contraction held by the section of biology and the section of physics and chemistry of the New York Academy of Sciences on Feb. 15 and 16, 1946, at the American Museum of Natural History, New York city.
Alexander Sandow states...
Fellowships Offered by National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis.—The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis is offering fellowships in research, physical medicine and public health. Inquiries should be addressed to the National Foundation for...
WHEN SALMON and Smith, in 1885, first isolated the organism they considered the causative agent of hog cholera, salmonellosis was regarded primarily as a disease of the gastrointestinal tract. Since then, considerable evidence has been accumulated indicating that there are other, equally...
ON THE morning of May 15, 1947, I found on my desk two messages. One was a telegram signed by 27 of my present and past associates in pediatrics at Yale University School of Medicine informing me of my election to the presidency of the American Pediatric Society. The other message was a...
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