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Syphilitic Relapses In Earliest
Syphilitic Relapses In Earliest Childhood Inasmuch As The First Manifestations Of Syphilis, In A Great Many Hereditary-syphilitic. Children, Run Their Course Within The Uterus, The Whole Period Of Infantile Syphilis And The First Eruption Are A Relapse In Many Cases. It Is Enough To Mention In This Connection The Visceral, ...

Tachycardia
Tachycardia The Heart Action Of A Child, Always Rapid, Shows An Acceleration Under The Most Varied Conditions. Fever, Excitement, Bodily Over Exertion Cause A More Rapid Increase In The Pulse Frequency In Childhood Than In Later Life. The Pulse Beats Regularly And The Accelerated Heart Continues To Beat With The ...

Technic Of Intubat1on
Technic Of Intubat1on An Intubation Outfit Comprises Six Or Seven Tubes Of Varying Length Made Of Metal, Hard Rubber Or Elastic Material; An Instrument For Serting The Tube, One For Extracting It And A Mouth-gag. Fig. 98 Shows An Ebonite Set. The Tubes Are Introduced Through The Mouth Into The ...

Technic Of Tracheotomy
Technic Of Tracheotomy A Tracheotomy Set Contains: One Scalpel For The Skin-incision, One Surgical And One Anatomical Forceps For Separating The Connective Tissue, One Grooved Director For Raising The Fascia, Two Blunt Hooks With Several Teeth For Holding Apart The Layers Of Tissue, Two Sharp Tenacula For Hold Ing Up ...

Technique Of Artificial Feeding
Technique Of Artificial Feeding After Considering The Different Methods Of Artificial Infant Feeding, Its Technique And Practical Application Will He Discussed. The Age, Weight, And State Of Health Of The Infant Serve As Guides In The Formation Of The Plans For Feeding. These Factors Determine The Quality And Number Of ...

The Care Of The
The Care Of The Mouth The Care Of The Mouth In Healthy Persons Has The Same Significance As The Care Of The Teeth. From This Principle, Which Has Been Formulated By The Profession, The Following Conclusion May Be Inferred: The Tooth Less Mouth Of The Infant Needs No Special Care. ...

The Chemistry Of Milk
The Chemistry Of Milk The Fat Found In Milk Globules Consists Of Mixed Glycerides; That Is, Glycerin In Combination With Various Fatty Acids; E.g.: Ca02 .butyric Acid • . Palm I T Ic Acid Ci,,hm302• ..stearic Acid Such A Compound May Be Separated From Butter By Simple Processes. The Composition ...

The Child And Surgery
The Child And Surgery Surgery Of Childhood Stands In The Same Relation To General Surgery That Infantile Therapeutics Bears To Internal Medicine. Old Methods And Traditions Connect Them, And The Great Strides Of The Last Few Decades Permit Of Extending Operative Procedures To The Tender Tissues Of The Infantile Organism ...

The Diphtheria Bacillus
The Diphtheria Bacillus The Exciting Cause Of Diphtheria Is A Bacterium Belonging To The Group Of The Actinomyces, Whose Form, Growth And Virulence Show Marked Changes According To The Culture-medium And The Age Of The Culture. Describes It As A Non-motile, Straight Or Slightly Curved Rod—with An Average Length Of ...

The Echinococcus
The Echinococcus The Tmnia Echinococcus (fig. 57) Is A Broad Tapeworm, .2 Or .3 Mm. Wide; And Reaching A Length Of, At Most, 5 Mm. It Is Often Found In Enormous Numbers In The Intestine Of The Dog And Other Animals, Such As Wolves, Jackals, And Foxes. Microscopically, The Head ...

The Feeding Of Healthy
The Feeding Of Healthy Children. What Has Been Said In The Theoretical Part About The Feeding And The Metabolism Of The Child After The First Year Of Life Will Give Us An Indication Of The Difficulties Which We Meet In Practice, And Which Will Be The Greater As Three Obstacles ...

The Feeding Of Sick
The Feeding Of Sick Children In Hospitals. We Have Seen From The Foregoing That It Is By No Means Easy To Feed A Single Sick Child At Home, And We Will Therefore Readily Understand How These Difficulties Increase In The Children's Wards Of General Hospitals Or In Children's Ifospitals. Baginsky ...

The Feeding Of Sick
The Feeding Of Sick Children. After Having Given In The Foregoing The Principal Rules For The Feeding Of Well Children It Now Behooves Us To Take Up The Question Of How To Feed Sick Children, And We Must State That Except In Special Cases Every Thing We Have Said About ...

The Female Breast
The Female Breast Milk-glands Are Developed In The Same Manner As Are The Glands Of The Skin, And Arise Like These From The Stratum Malpighii Cutis. They Appear Very Early In Embryonic Life, Probably At The Beginning Of The Third Month. First, An Oval Thickening Of The Stratum Malpighii Is ...

The Functional Capacity Of
The Functional Capacity Of The Nurse And Needs Of The Child In The Choice Of A Nurse, The First Thing To Consider, As Has Already Been Pointed Out, Is Whether Or Not There Is A Abundant Supply Of Milk. Sometimes, And That Not Seldom, This Overabundance May Lead To Faulty ...

The Funnel Chest
The Funnel Chest A Round Or Oval Depression In The Median Line Of The Anterior Wall Of The Thorax Is Known As Funnel Chest. The Depression May Be Only A Small Cavity, But It May Also Attain To Such A Size As To Receive Easily The Fist Of A Man. ...

The Heredity Of Tuberculosis
The Heredity Of Tuberculosis Direct Heredity Of Tuberculosis May Be Explained In Two Ways: Either The Disease May Be Present In Its True Form At Birth Or In The Foetus (congenital Tuberculosis), Or The Bacilli May Be Carried From The Parents To The Offspring And Remain Temporarily Latent, Only To ...

The Infections Of Tue
The Infections Of Tue Peritoneum (peritonitis) (surgical Operations In The Abdomen) For The Symptomatology See Stooss, Diseases Of The Peritoneum, Vol. Ii. From The Standpoint Of Surgical Therapeutics The Etiological Differ Entiation Of The Different Types Of This Disease Are Of The Greatest Impor Tance. While Those Cases Produced By ...

The Intestinal Flora Of
The Intestinal Flora Of The Infant Under Physiological Conditions The Intestinal Content. In The Newborn Child Are Free From Germs; But Infection Of The Intestine Follows Very Quickly (within Four To Ten Hours After Birth), So That We Can Demonstrate Microscopically Bacteria In The Second Or Third Evacuation Of Meconium. ...

The Most Important Diseases
The Most Important Diseases Of The Skin ;4carcely An Infant Or Young Child Entirely Escapes Some Kind Of Skin Affection, Be It Ever So Slight: One Suffers From Intertrigo, Another From Eczema And Another From Urticarial Manifestations. Very Few Children Remain Absolutely Free From Skin Troubles. This Is Easily Explained ...

The Nature And Frequency
The Nature And Frequency Of Heart Affections In Cuthifittam The Numerous Changes The Musculature And Valvular Apparatus Of The Heart Which Are Caused By Atheroina Of The Arteries, The Use Of Alcohol And Tobacco, Mental And Physical Overwork, Are Almost Entirely Absent In The First Years Of Life. It Results ...

The Nephritis Of Older
The. Nephritis Of Older Children 1. Acute Nephritis (acute Bright's Disease). Acute Bright's Disease Is Defined By Wagner As Follows:—"a Renal Disease In Which The Urine Will Be Scanty For Clays And Weeks, In Which Albumin Is Found, And In Which The Different Forms Of Casts Are Present In Varying ...

The Pathology Of Metabolism
The Pathology Of Metabolism At This Epoch The Necessity For The Economy- Exists Not Only To Supply New Material To Take The Place Of That Consumed By The Vital Processes, But Also To Provide The Means For Tbe Normal Growth And Normal Develop Ment Of The Immature Organism. Every Disturbance ...

The Physiology And Pathology
The Physiology And Pathology Of The Urine Daily Quantity.—during The First Three Or Four Days Of Life The Secre Tion Of Urine Is Extremely Small. This Is Not By Any Means Solely Due To The Lack Of Nourishment, For Babies Suckled By A Nurse And Artificially Fed Infants, Both Of ...

The Postural Deformities Of
The Postural Deformities Of The Spine The Formation Of Kyphosis Of The Spine Is Explained By The Assump Tion Of An Habitual Attitude Characterized By An Increased Posterior Curvature Of The Spine. The German Term For This Postural Anomaly Is "round Back" (runde Rficken). Kyphosis May Involve The Entire Spinal ...

The Purpura Affections
The Purpura Affections These Are A Series Of Disease Pictures Which Have The One Point In Common That, In The Shape Of An Independent Disease, Transitory And Spontaneous Haemorrhages Occur In Internal And External Parts; A Tran Sitory Hemorrhagic Diathesis. For A Long Time Various Forms Of Purpura Have Been ...

The Pyemic Affections Of
The Py.emic Affections Of The Joints Etiology And Course.—as We Have Mentioned Above, Infections Of The Joints May Arise From Contiguity, As Well As From Lumnatogenous Metastases. Exudations Into The Joints Are A Frequent Accompaniment Not Only Of Purulent Processes In Other Organs, But Also Of Many Infec Tious Diseases ...

The Pyemic Affections Of
The Py.emic Affections Of The Bones (osteomyelitis) Etiology And Pathologic Anatomy.—the Bones Arc Infected Either From An Infection In The Neighboring Tissues Or, Far More Frequently, Through The Blood Current (htematogenous Infection), Osteomyelitis After Croupous Pneumonia (peer, Vol. Iii). The Inflammation Usually Begins In The Bone-marrow, Where The Germs Circulating ...

The Retal Circulation Fig
The Retal Circulation (fig. 97) The Circulation Of The Blood In The Haus Differs From Normal Ex Tra-uteline Circulation In That The Systemic And The Pulmonary Circu Lations Are Not Separated In The Fcetus And That, Excepting The Umbilical Vein Which Contains Pure Arterial Blood, Most Of The Fcctal Vessels ...

The Scrofulous Glands
The Scrofulous Glands Diseased Cervical Lymphatic Glands Are Very Frequently Observed And Most Easily Diagnosticated (see Plate 39). At First Enlargement Of A Single Or Several Glands Takes Place At The Angle Of The Jaw, Before Or Behind The Sternocleidomastoid Muscle. This Swelling Spreads More And More Until An Entire ...

The Spasniophile Diathesis As
The Spasniophile Diathesis As A Clinical Entity The Three Above-described Clinical Pictures, Tetany, Laryngospasm, And Eclarnpsia, Are Quite Different In Their Manifestations, And The Only Thing That They Have In Common Is The Soil On Which They Grow—the Spasmoplaile Diathesis. Another Reason, However, For Including Them In The Same Group, ...

The Urine In The
The Urine In The First Days Of Life The Secretion Of Urine (hiring The First Day Of Life Amounts To Only A Few Cubic Centimetres: Sometimes None Is Voided. On The Second And Third Days, Still Very Little Urine Is Voided, Hut Here The Amount Is Dis Tinctly Dependent Ott ...

Thoracentesis Puncture Of A Serous
Thoracentesis-puncture Of A Serous Effusion The Removal Of The Effusion In Children Is Less Frequently Necessary Than In Adults, Since Absorption Is More Apt To Occur Early And Spon Taneously. Otherwise The Indications Are Of The Same Value. In Rare Cases Puncture Becomes In The Beginning Of The Disease A ...

Thronibosis And Embolism Of
Thronibosis And Embolism Of The Cerebral Vessels Occlusion Of The Arteries In The Brain Is Far More Rare In The Child Than In The Adult Because Of The Absence Of Arteriosclerosis, Which Is An Important Etiologic Factor In Later Life. In Hereditary Syphilis Arterial Occlusion May Result Directly From The ...

The Dissolved And The
The Undissolved, The Dissolved And The Gaseous End-products Of 11ietabolism. The Feces Consist Of Those Parts Of The Food And Of The Secretions Of The Ga-stro-intestinal Tract And Its Glands Which Are Not Reabsorbed. Their Condition Depends Upon The Amount And The Composition Of The Food, And Also Upon The ...