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INCREASING interest has been aroused in congenital malformations of the heart accompanied with cyanosis since Blalock and Taussig first reported a surgical technic to relieve congenital pulmonary stenosis.1 In 1946, Potts, Smith and Gibson2 described a modified technic for alleviating...
V. RESPONSES TO DIPHTHERIA IMMUNIZATION
THE FACT that young infants could be successfully immunized against pertussis,1 the introduction of combined vaccines2 which greatly reduce the difficulties of establishing an adequate immunization program by reducing the number of visits...
In previous publications1 it was pointed out that although surgery may be the best procedure in treating toxic diffuse goiter in adults, conservative management is recommended when the condition occurs before puberty. A report was given of eight children who had been treated medically...
THE TUBERCULIN patch test has been modified by the use of Scotch® cellophane tape instead of adhesive tape, by the use of only one, a smaller, tuberculin test square instead of two and by the omission of the control test square and the protective crinoline. This simplified test seems to...
IN THE preceding sections of these reports we have discussed methods, reactions and the specific antibody responses to pertussis and diphtheria antigens. In this section we shall consider the problems relevant to tetanus immunization.
In the article "Circulatory Diseases of the Kidneys in Infancy and Childhood: IV. Occlusion of the Renal Artery" by Drs. Wolf W. Zuelzer, Ruben Kurnetz and William A. Newton Jr., appearing in the January 1951 issue, the first sentence of the second paragraph on page 24 should read, "The...
This small volume is meaty and concise and carries the reader into a broader field than its title might imply, into problems associated with respiratory obstruction. It is well written and easy to read and is based on wide experience.
The author doubts a specific causation of...
REPORTS of sudden nonviolent death due to carditis in childhood are infrequent. Hence the following case is considered worthy of reporting. In this case the death was thought to be due to carditis of rheumatic origin.
REPORT OF CASE
A 2 year old girl,...
Supplementary Edition of Motion Picture Reviews Now Available.—The Committee on Medical Motion Pictures of the American Medical Association has completed the first supplement to the second revised edition of the booklet entitled "Reviews of Medical...
The object of this book is to help prospective parents, particularly from the psychologic angle, deal with the problems which arise in the home because of pregnancy and the presence of a new baby. To develop her theme, the author has taken the liberty of using Lewis Carroll's Alice, for...
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