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RHEUMATISM heart disease and congenital heart disease account for the vas majority of cardiac disorders in infancy and childhood.1 Within the past few years, a number of patients have been seen at the Children's Medical Center with severe heart disease of a type which could not be fitted...
This book is dedicated to Professor Louis Ombredanne, who was one of the first to propose research into the etiology of tibial torsion; and to Professor Le Damany, who carried out many of the studies reported in this book.
Tibial torsion is distinctly different from tibial...
DURING the course of a study of experimental milk-aspiration pneumonia produced in rabbits by intratracheal injection of human milk, cow's milk, and feeding mixtures,1 it was found that injection of 10 to 20 cc. of the feeding mixtures often caused fatal pulmonary edema within a few...
THE EPIPHYSIS is that portion of bone concerned with its length growth. It develops from a secondary center of ossification and is separated from the main portion of bone by unossified cartilage. This unossified layer is known as the epiphyseal plate and disappears only after growth has...
This monograph is intended for the medical practitioner who desires a working knowledge of clinical electrocardiography. About one-third of the book is devoted to the meaning of the electrocardiogram and the electrocardiographic pattern in healthy persons. Brief sections are devoted to...
LONG-TERM investigations designed to characterize the metabolic and endocrine features of growth and development in the human infant have been limited by a multiplicity of uncontrollable protean factors, included among which are heredity, a relatively slow rate of maturation, and our...
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