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American Academy for Cerebral Palsy.—The 7th annual meeting of the American Acamedy for Cerebral Palsy will be held on Oct. 30-31, 1953, in Fort Worth, Texas, at the Western Hills Hotel.
THE REASONS certain children have rheumatic fever and why clinical manifestations and course of the disease vary so widely in children and adults who have the disease are unknown. Evidence has increased rapidly to indicate that Group A hemolytic streptococci, or the soluble antigens...
In the Transactions of the American Pediatric Society, published in the September, 1953, issue, page 327, the name of the second author of "Some Effects of Thyroid or Thyroxin upon Premature Infants" is Dr. T. S. Danowski.
IT IS THE purpose of this paper to integrate roentgenologic features of skeletal growth and development in normal and athyroid infant rhesus monkeys with previously reported studies of growth and metabolism in the same animals.1
In the present study, skeletal growth and...
NOT EVERY person with a physical disability is handicapped by it. The definition of the term "physically handicapped child" as used in this paper is a child who, because of a physical disability, cannot compete on equal terms with other children. The mere existence of a physical...
A SIMPLE method of treatment of one type of persistent atelectasis of the new-born infant will be presented. It is based on a familiar but frequently unrecognized cause of atelectasis in the premature infant. The treatment is patterned after that found effective for a somewhat similar...
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