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UNDER the term acute glomerular thrombosis we report briefly two cases that have certain similarities to the cases of symmetrical necrosis in that the intrarenal blood flow is interrupted but differ from them in that the site of the circulatory obstruction is clearly in the glomeruli and...
THE EFFECTS of gradual or incomplete occlusion of the renal arteries or their branches are not as well known as are those of sudden complete blockage of the arterial circulation. Whereas the latter situation leads to acute necrosis and, if enough renal parenchyma is destroyed, to death...
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Importance of the Problem of Premature BirthInfant MortalityDefinition of PrematurityIncidence of PrematurityMortality of Premature InfantsPrognosis for Growth and DevelopmentCauses and Prevention of Premature BirthRespirationExplanations for Respiratory...
First Comunication of the General Secretary, International Pediatric Association. —The third pamphlet of the Sixth International Congress of Pediatrics, with the abstracts of lectures and all of the communications and discussions, is finished. This volume...
THE PRESENCE and duration of acute rheumatic carditis in children is often difficult to determine clinically. Laboratory aids currently used have not given incontrovertible results. In recent years the electrocardiograph has been employed as an objective aid in establishing the diagnosis...
Pp. 400. Hermitage Press, Inc., 8 E. 61st St., New York 21, 1949.
This book is an attempt to trace the effects of the trauma of birth in man. The subject has been elaborately discussed by Rank and others, but Fodor is the first investigator to document his reports with clinical...
IN THE preceding article it was pointed out that thrombosis of the renal veins is not necessarily associated with infarction and, on the other hand, that hemorrhage into the renal parenchyma is not invariably accompanied with thrombosis. Apart from hemorrhage into the renal substance...
IT WAS pointed out by Barenberg 1 that the physicians of the nineteenth century regarded thrombosis of the renal veins as a common occurrence in young infants. For several decades of the present century, however, little attention was paid to this condition. In 1941 Barenberg and his...
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