CANADIAN THE SOCIETY FOR STUDY OF DISEASES CHILDREN OF Annual June Ontario Fifth Meeting, 13, 1927, Toronto, Enlarged Thymus. Some Observations of on the and the Physiology Anatomy and Glands. Presented Dr. Howard Thymus Thyroid Spohn. by This is a continuation of in paper the of work started four report years ago Vancouver Dr. in H. Howard association with Dr. A. a by Spohn Rawlings, roentgenologist. The of occurrence of is discussed and the frequency enlarged thymus opinion advanced that there are belts and that these belts to thymic correspond regions in which conditions of the are found. In this pathologic thyroid of support between in some statistics of different America are theory, comparison regions and note made of the of occurrence given apparent rarity in different European localities. Professor Feer of has found Zurich, however, the condition fairly in the in Switzerland in which lives. frequently locality he The observations of Professor Warthin of Ann Arbor and Sir Berry James are in of London the occurrence quoted regard to of in relation enlarged thymus to toxic Sir has a goiter. James Berry made careful over survey (extending of the clinical histories and thirty years) of all the cases
American journal of diseases of children – American Medical Association
Published: Oct 1, 1927
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