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This is an extensively revised edition of the first American textbook on child psychiatry, published originally in 1935. In it one finds the bons mots, humorous anecdotes and apt case studies which characterize the author as a teacher. As one reads the book one can almost smell the smoke...
This book, "intended as a guide for all who deal with epilepsy, particularly among children," is all that the introduction implies. It is an excellent summary of the present status and developments in this field. There is some question whether the author is entitled to some of his...
By seeking the facts concerning the present status of health and medical care facilities available to children, the pediatricians of this country have accepted the challenge facing the medical profession of whether medical care of high quality can be made available to all the people...
RESPIRATORY failure is responsible for about 15 per cent of deaths of premature infants. The cause of this failure has been sought in insufficient development of the alveoli, incomplete development of the neuromuscular and cartilaginous respiratory apparatus and even in the presence of a...
This publication covers, in general, the basic philosophy of the correction of speech disorders, the general types of cases treated, the customary technics used, the case forms, brief bibliographies on the various types of disorders and lists of pamphlets and periodicals useful in the...
SOME general results of the analysis of hearing patterns in a rural Illinois school system have been previously described.1 The present paper is a consideration of certain more exact aspects of the hearing of the same population.
In brief review, the population under...
THE FIRST part of this report deals with the unipolar electrocardiographic findings in 2 infants with right ventricular preponderance and 2 infants with left preponderance. The second part describes a unipolar pattern of endocardial injury in an infant.
MEGALOBLASTIC infants and children has been recognized in much the same circumstances as in adults. Pernicious anemia is exceedingly rare but has been reported as beginning even in infancy.1 Megaloblastic anemia has occasionally been found in association with steatorrhea2 and other...
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