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CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF DISEASES OF CHILDREN

CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF DISEASES OF CHILDREN CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF DISEASES OF CHILDREN Thirteenth Annual 31 East N. Y., and June 1, 1935 Meeting, Aurora, May D. P. President ARNOLD, M.D., R. R. M.D., STRUTHERS, Secretary First Session Friday, May Incidence and Types of Tuberculosis in Children. Kornel Terplan (by P. invitation) and Dr. D. Arnold, Buffalo. Conclusive of can evidence the incidence of tuberculosis be furnished only by careful work. The incidence was much lower in the material postmortem morgue of the Buffalo Children's and the Buffalo General Hospital Hospital during the five than would have been exam- past years expected. Complete postmortem inations were on 454 children and adults between the performed young ages of 5 weeks and 18 Anatomic evidence of tuberculosis was observed in years. 6.4 of 388 children from 1 6 of 66 children cent month to Among per years age. from 7 to 18 the results of examination were in or about 20 years, positive 13, This with the number of tuberculin reactions cent. figure corresponds positive per of obtained in children and adults in the schools Buffalo. From these young high it is that tuberculous infection be figures apparent primary may acquired, perhaps in a number http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American journal of diseases of children American Medical Association

CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF DISEASES OF CHILDREN

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1936 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0096-8994
eISSN
1538-3628
DOI
10.1001/archpedi.1936.01970140239019
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Abstract

CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF DISEASES OF CHILDREN Thirteenth Annual 31 East N. Y., and June 1, 1935 Meeting, Aurora, May D. P. President ARNOLD, M.D., R. R. M.D., STRUTHERS, Secretary First Session Friday, May Incidence and Types of Tuberculosis in Children. Kornel Terplan (by P. invitation) and Dr. D. Arnold, Buffalo. Conclusive of can evidence the incidence of tuberculosis be furnished only by careful work. The incidence was much lower in the material postmortem morgue of the Buffalo Children's and the Buffalo General Hospital Hospital during the five than would have been exam- past years expected. Complete postmortem inations were on 454 children and adults between the performed young ages of 5 weeks and 18 Anatomic evidence of tuberculosis was observed in years. 6.4 of 388 children from 1 6 of 66 children cent month to Among per years age. from 7 to 18 the results of examination were in or about 20 years, positive 13, This with the number of tuberculin reactions cent. figure corresponds positive per of obtained in children and adults in the schools Buffalo. From these young high it is that tuberculous infection be figures apparent primary may acquired, perhaps in a number

Journal

American journal of diseases of childrenAmerican Medical Association

Published: Feb 1, 1936

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