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INCOMPATIBILITY of mother and child with respect to the blood groups AB and O is a common occurrence. Depending on the incidence of the genes for A, B, and O in a given population, approximately 20 to 25% of all pregnancies are heterospecific in the sense that the fetal red corpuscles...
We are in receipt of the new "American Pediatric Directory" for 1953 and 1954.
It is a paper-bound volume of about 275 pages. It is very complete and should be most useful.
PERIARTERITIS nodosa in infancy and childhood is relatively rare. About 110 cases up to the age of 15 years have been reported in the world literature. Of these, only 10 cases have occurred during the first year of life.* An additional case of periarteritis nodosa in an infant is...
OSTEITIS pubis is a very rare clinical entity in the pediatric age group. Although there are many reports of this disease in the literature, they are confined to adults and occur after operative procedures upon the genitourinary system, usually prostatectomies. The disease is...
APPROXIMATELY 500 cases of mesenteric cysts of all types had been reported in the literature up to 1935, and it is conjectured that between 200 and 300 were of the chylous variety.* In 1947, Beahrs and Judd reported an incidence of 7 chylous cysts in over 1,000,000 patients at the Mayo...
ALTHOUGH cystic hygroma of the neck is not a common lesion, the occurrence of a similar tumor in the thigh is still much more infrequent. In a 5-year-old child, we encountered a swelling of the upper leg with the characteristics of a cystic lymphangioma. This case is of further interest...
THE ADVENT of streptomycin as a therapeutic agent in tuberculosis has caused considerable modification of the previously hopeless prognosis which attended the diagnosis of tuberculous meningitis in children. As pointed out in a recent study,1 however, the results of treatment with this...
Volume 6 of the popular "Advances In Pediatrics" presents as usual various monographs of contemporary interest to pediatricians. The authors are authorities in their fields, and the present volume is comprised of seven monographs of timely interest.
Topics included are...
This book is a report of a study pertaining principally to the effect which child-training practices have on child personality and the effect that adult personality has on customary responses to illness. The sources of material were taken from ethnographic reports regarding the habits...
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