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INFORMATION relative to the incidence of cardiac complications following measles is extremely limited, possibly because such cases have not been reported in the past or because the disease is considered so frequently a mild infection that medical care is not sought. Particularly is this...
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The recognition of the first cases of tick paralysis in South Carolina and Georgia in 1938 and the subsequent reports of 15 cases along the eastern seaboard make it essential that the dramatic symptomatology and clinical course of the disease are reemphasized.
Tick paralysis in...
This is a clearly and simply written discussion of human reproduction, designed for children 6 to 10 years of age. The presentation is clear, unsentimental and factual, and the illustrations will be a great help to the child in clarifying his understanding of the text.
HYPERVITAMINOSIS A is a clinical entity which occurs in late infancy and early childhood. The pathologic processes are the result of a prolonged and excessive intake of vitamin A and a derangement of vitamin A metabolism. Clinically, the condition is manifested by anorexia, with loss of...
EVERY specific treatment for a disease makes possible a further differentiation of the conditions that give rise to a similar clinical picture. The widespread use of vitamin D to prevent and cure rickets has made evident the existence of a small group of patients who have most of the...
This article is concerned with the presentation and discussion of a case of a relatively rare type of disease in an infant who first came under our observation at the age of 6 weeks. At that time we were impressed with the extreme degree of hyperthermia which the patient so readily...
From the study of the pedigrees of slightly more than 200 families, the author concludes, in the light of the work of others, that "inheritance in the Negro race is nowise different from that in other races," a finding hardly startling in 1949. The families are mainly from the United...
This monograph is one of the American Lecture Series on Endocrinology. All the past and current theories regarding obesity are reviewed, with reemphasis on the principal cause, overeating.
In several chapters the authors restate the benefits of weight reduction on existing...
IN STUDYING the composition of urine in infants under 3 months of age, König and Lederer1 observed that the capacity of young infants for concentration is low. The same conclusion was drawn from the experiments of McCance and Young.2 Further confirmation of this was made by Heller,3 who...
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