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In THE study of any disease, periodic analysis of past experience is always of value in determining the adequacy of current trends in prophylaxis and treatment. Such an analysis in the case of whooping cough leads directly to the controversial question of when prophylaxis should be...
THE RELATIVELY high operative mortality of subdural hematomas in infants as compared with adults offers a challenging problem to pediatricians and neurologic surgeons. In the hope of gaining a clearer understanding of subdural hematomas and effusions in infants, it is our purpose to...
This is a collection of sixteen papers presented at a conference on aureomycin held by the Division of Mycology of the Section on Biology of the New York Academy of Sciences. The subject is covered intensively, from a general discussion of the discovery and source of aureomycin to the...
PHENYLPYRUVIC oligophrenia (imbecillitas phenylpyruvica) was first described by Følling1 in 1934. Since that time, reports of approximately 300 cases have appeared in the literature, the majority of these cases having been recorded by Jervis.2 Dann and his associates3 reported an...
THIS IS a twenty-one year follow-up report on what appears to be an emphysematous cavity first observed1 in the right lung of a 6 year old girl.
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In November 1926, at the age of 5½ years, this child had fever, the temperature being between 38...
MENINGITIS due to Hemophilus influenzae is a relatively common disease. That it is a disease primarily of the young and that the mortality of untreated patients varies with the age of the patient are well recognized. For the past fifteen years H. influenzae has ranked first as a cause of...
THE INFREQUENCY of epidermolysis bullosa in pediatric practice, its occurrence in four members of a family and its presence at birth in a premature infant prompt us to present a paper on this subject. This is a disease of the skin or associated structures, probably of hereditary origin,...
It HAS BEEN assumed for many years that the premature infant suffered more from hemorrhagic disturbances than the full term infant and that the premature infant's blood was even more deficient in prothrombin. For this reason, it is customary for most physicians to administer some form of...
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