Pediatrics, Volume 13

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Pediatric Publishing Company, 1902 - Children

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Page 188 - By Louis STARR, MD, Clinical Professor of Diseases of Children in the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania ; Physician to the Children's Hospital.
Page 385 - The chairman of the Committee of Arrangements for the twenty-eighth annual meeting of the Mississippi Valley Medical Association, Dr. AH Cordier, has announced the dates of the next meeting in Kansas City, Mo., as October 15, 16, 17, 1902. The President, Dr. SP Collings, of Hot Springs, Ark., has announced the orators for the meeting, Dr. CB Parker, of Cleveland, O., to deliver the address in Surgery, and Dr.
Page 212 - Each essay must be typewritten, distinguished by a motto, and accompanied by a sealed envelope bearing the same motto and containing the name and address of the writer. No envelope will be opened except that which accompanies the successful essay. The committee will return the unsuccessful essays if reclaimed by their respective writers, or their agents, within one year. The committee reserves the right not to make an award if no essay submitted is considered worthy of the prize.
Page 188 - Starr. Diseases of the Digestive Organs in Infancy and Childhood. With chapters on the Investigation of Disease, and on the General Management of Children.
Page 173 - Son & Co., of Philadelphia, the American agents of the Society, to announce the publication of An Atlas of Clinical Medicine, Surgery, and Pathology, selected and arranged with the design to afford, in as complete a manner as possible, aids to diagnosis in all departments of practice. It is proposed to complete the work in five years, in fasciculi form, eight to ten plates issued every three months in connection with the regular publications of the Society.
Page 115 - Professor and Director of the Medical Clinique at the University of Erlangen. Third American Edition, Translated by Permission from the Thirteenth German Edition, by Herman F. Vickery AB, MD, Instructor in Clinical Medicine, Harvard University, and Philip Coombs Knapp, AM, MD, Clinical Instructor in Diseases of the Nervous System, Harvard University.
Page 135 - ... inflammation should develop. 9. It is the unanimous opinion of the Board of Health, as well as of their committee of experts, that, inasmuch as vaccination is harmless, it should be insisted upon by physicians as an absolutely necessary procedure for the prevention of smallpox. Tetanus, or any other infection, can never occur if the vaccination is properly protected from contact with the atmosphere or with soiled dothing, bandages, etc. HENRY H. DAVIS, MD, President. JOEL W. FITH1AN, MD SG BUSHEY,...
Page 212 - Philadelphia announces through its committee that the sum of five hundred dollars will be awarded to the author of the best essay in competition for the above prize. Subject : " A Pathological and Clinical Study of the Thymus Gland and its Relations.
Page v - Medical Journal, by Dr. AH Ashley, of Boston, Mass., will interest our readers because of the original way in which he expresses his pronounced admiration for something tried, trusted and not found wanting. The letter was written to our old friends, The Antikamnia Chemical Company, and reads as follows : GENTLEMEN, — Your various combination tablets, as well as antikamnia tablets have been used by me for a number of years, and I can only say that they have uniformly given me the best results. But,...
Page 307 - ... eczema, dermatitis, or impetigo, is marked, and doubtless cases of the disease are not infrequently so classified. The points which distinguish the less common affection are: 1. The extreme obstinacy and chronicity of the malady, it being prolonged almost indefinitely by successive exacerbations, or relapses. 2. Its original herpetic character and subsequent multiformity of lesion. 3. The intense pruritus. 4. Its recalcitrancy to treatment. Any apparent eczema, dermatitis or impetigo in children...

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