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Courses in Pediatric Hematology.—University of Pennsylvania, The Graduate School of Medicine, announces two short courses in pediatric hematology for practitioners, to be given at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, in conjunction with the centennial celebration of the hospital,...
The seventh edition of "Index of Differential Diagnosis" is a volume containing a tremendous amount of material with many beautiful illustrations. All fields of medicine are covered, and symptoms and signs are discussed in alphabetical order. In certain instances, the method of performing...
The author presents much to make the reader think. It is worth while, even of you disagree with him.
Under the titles (1) What Is Social Medicine?, (2) The Failure of Modern Medicine, (3) Etiological Medicine, (4) Epidemic Constitution, (5) Mortality and Morbidity, and (6) Social...
GANGRENE of the gall bladder due to torsion is a fairly rare condition, the reported cases occurring mostly in adults and elderly persons.1 Rawson2 has recently reviewed the literature of the subject as applied to children and reports the case of a 12-yearold boy who survived operation....
This peculiar book is written for the general public. It will interest medical men only as a distraction.
The author says variety is the spice of life, and he presents a very varied menu. It would require the talent of an Escoffier to spice it acceptably. Apparently realizing...
Increasing attention has been directed, in recent years, to the problem of chronic physical disability.1 Comprehensive programs for the rehabilitation of the cerebral palsied child are now generally established.2 Because of the relative mild handicap of the hemiplegic child, obvious...
In the year 1896, A. B. Marfan1 first described the skeletal abnormalities of the syndrome which now goes by his name. Achard,2 in 1902, called attention to the marked attenuation of the extremities and their excessive length and because of the spiderlike appearance of the hands, called...
In the preceding paper the clinical effects of a regimen of cortisone, bed rest, antibiotics, and diets stringently limited in sodium and high in potassium have been described in 53 children in initial attacks of rheumatic carditis.1 The clinical...
The role of cortisone in prevention of residual cardiac damage following initial attacks of rheumatic heart disease is still not clear despite many reports of its administration.* The majority of the reports suggest that it was probably without value...
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