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BRAIN tumors occur infrequently during the first years of life and usually are not recognized as such prior to surgical exploration or autopsy examination. In a recent hospital admission an infant was observed who presented signs and symptoms suggestive of a lesion in the...
Though not intended as a text limited to strictly medical consumption, this small volume is full of material the German-reading pediatrician would welcome. Not that there is much that is new and spectacular; on the contrary, the discussion brings out the point of view the pediatricians...
THE HIGH incidence of pinworm infection, in both children and adults, has been reported from all parts of the world. It is estimated that there are 209,000,000 cases of pinworm infection throughout the world.1 The incidence among school children varies considerably in different areas....
This is a companion volume to a previous publication, "The Conference on European B. C. G. Programmes." It is a report of the progress made during the 12 months from July 1, 1949, to June 30, 1950, on the mass BCG vaccination program now being conducted on an international scale under...
This is a seventh edition of a textbook on pediatrics, which is the most popular in Latin America, and probably in the Spanish language. This edition is fully revised and is a compliment to the erudition of the author. A very complete and well-written textbook in Spanish.
This book contains five articles republished from the Medicina latina, Habana, 1943 to 1946.
As one of a series of integrated reports regarding the role of thyroid in growth and metabolism of normal and I131 thyroid-ablated infant rhesus monkeys,1 this communication presents quantitative aspects of iodine metabolism.
Earlier reports of thyroid function in rhesus monkeys...
SOME POSSIBLE deleterious effects of hospitalization and surgical operations on the personalities of children have been described.1 However, apparently there has been no attempt to relate the experiences of the induction period of anesthesia to the development of undesirable personality...
This book gives by tables and graphic representation the strides that have been made in child care in Spain in the last 50 years. In 1901 the infant mortality was 186 per 1,000 live births. In 1950 it was 63 per 1,000. These results have been obtained by intensive control of digestive...
THE INCIDENCE of deficiency disease in infants has decreased concurrently with increase and dissemination of nutritional knowledge. However, hypochromic anemia continues to occur commonly in the latter half of the first year of life. It is desirable, therefore, to prevent rather than...
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