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ARTERIOLAR nephrosclerosis is the term applied to involvement of the renal area by hypertensive vascular disease. The benign form is characterized by sclerosis of small arteries and arterioles, while the malignant form has in addition necrotizing vascular lesions which involve...
This excellent school health manual, which is equally helpful to public health and school personnel, states specifically the fundamental principles, policies and functions essential to a good school health program. It describes a program beginning with the complex postnatal influence on...
The place and time of the annual meeting of the American Pediatric Society is Hotel Chamberlin, Old Point Comfort, Va., May 7, 8 and 9, rather than Hotel Chamberlain, Old Point Comfort, Va., May 6, 7 and 8, 1952, as stated in the Directory of Pediatric Societies in the January issue,...
MEDICAL management of children with acute laryngotracheitis has long been a problem. This disease, which is confined almost entirely to the childhood period, may begin insidiously and progress to a state of anoxia, or it may strike suddenly, transforming a previously well child into a...
Specialists Certified by American Board of Pediatrics, Inc.—The following physicians were certified as specialists by the American Board of Pediatrics, Inc., after examinations held in New York, Feb. 1, 2, and 3, 1952:
Alperin, Leonard Jack,...
This is a sound book, enjoyable to read, in which the author defines a new approach to psychotherapy and makes a worth-while additional contribution to the study of schizophrenia. The introduction gives an excellent review of psychiatric literature over the past 75 years, pertinent to...
CONGENITAL anomalies of the vertebrae occurring together with intrathoracic gastrogenic cysts were studied, in an attempt to clarify the pathogenesis of these cysts.
REPORT OF A CASE
A 4½-month-old boy was brought to the Wilhelmina Children's Hospital on June...
This small volume will prove quite valuable to those who need guidance in the care of the preschool deaf child. It gives sound advice for parents, teachers, and doctors in the proper adjustments not only of the child but also of parents and associates in preventing conflicts and...
HERRICK House is a year-round convalescent institution for the care and rehabilitation of children recuperating from rheumatic fever. The program at Herrick House differs from that of other institutions in that mobilization is begun as soon as there is clinical and laboratory evidence...
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