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CASES of osteoma cutis have been reported under various titles, such as osteosis cutis, osteomatosis cutis, miliary osteoma and disseminated congenital osteomas. Many of the lesions are secondary ossifications, according to Borst,1 and may have originated from injuries, inflammatory...
AT THE Children's Free Hospital in Louisville and in the Children's Heart Clinic at the Louisville General Hospital, my associates and I have been particularly interested in the cardiac arrhythmias of infancy and childhood. In January 1946, Scott and I reported 2 cases of paroxysmal...
IN THE treatment of the infant with congenital syphilis, general experience to date has proved penicillin the most satisfactory therapeutic agent. Long term follow-up reports, however, have been lacking, and it is for this reason that our study, based on results in 60 infants1 followed...
Since Sir James Simpson first made use of chloroform for the relief of pain in parturition, the lessening of suffering in delivery has been a subject of continual interest. Many methods of anesthesia and analgesia have appeared. Usually, when a new method of pain relief has been devised,...
THE PLASMA ascorbic acid concentrations of the newborn infant and of cord blood were shown to be considerably higher than that of the maternal blood.1 Similar studies with the intradermal test2 for vitamin C gave results which are in agreement with these reports of maternal-neonatal...
IN ATTEMPTING to evaluate my results with streptomycin, I shall take into consideration the immediate clinical response, the subsequent course of the disease, the frequency of complications, the occurrence of relapses and the length of time the patient remained alive.
International Congress on Rheumatic Diseases.—The current interest in arthritis and the other rheumatic diseases received additional impetus when several hundred physicians from the United States and foreign countries gathered at the Waldorf Astoria...
THE reliable methods for the determination of vitamin A in the blood plasma or serum has greatly contributed to the knowledge of the function of vitamin A in the human organism. During the past five years my associates and I have published certain studies on plasma vitamin A.1 I wish to...
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