The Diseases of children: a work for the practising physician, Volume 4 (Google eBook)
Meinhard von Pfaundler, Arthur Schlossmann, Linnĉus Edford La Fétra, Henry Larned Keith Shaw
J.B. Lippincott, 1912 - Children
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Page 147 - Or multiple ; is usually of an oval shape ; and varies in size from that of a walnut to that of a child's head.
Page 480 - ... degeneration. They are seen in comparatively few cases ; on referring to four, of which I have drawings or memoranda, I find two to have been congested and waxy kidneys, with slight exudation, one to have been a soft and desquamating kidney, also with slight exudation, and one a granular kidney, with numerous cysts, from the size of a pea to that of a hazel-nut. On the other hand, I have examined organs in every stage of desquamative disease without finding these bodies, the production of which...
Page 370 - ... Lord had instituted and the Apostles had realised. These Ordinances expressed his historical sense and gratified his religious temper, while adapting the Church to the city, so that the city might become a better Church. To explain in detail how he proposed to do this is impossible within our limits ; and we shall therefore confine ourselves to the most important of the factors he created, the Ministry and the Consistory. The Reformed ministry had till now been largely the creation of conversion,...
Page 301 - Spasmophilia is a constitutional anomaly which presents and is recognizable by a characteristic mechanical and electrical overexcitability of the nervous system and which produces a pathologic predisposition to certain partial and general clonic and tonic convulsions.
Page 271 - There is impairment of the sense of taste in the anterior portion of the tongue and the secretion of saliva is decreased.
Page 103 - Oedipus tendencies are released in consequence of the frustration which the child experiences at weaning, and that they make their appearance at the end of the first and the beginning of the second year of life; they receive reinforcement through the anal frustrations undergone during training in cleanliness.
Page 8 - ... resuscitate the apparently dead-born; (3) asphyxia from delay in the establishment of respiration at birth; (4) acute fatty degeneration of the vessel walls; (5) fatty degeneration of the tissues of the gland; (6) firm contraction of the uterine muscles, the resistance of the parts traversed, and consequent compression of the inferior vena cava between the liver and the vertebral column, thereby producing congestion and hemorrhage into the non-resistant tissues of the suprarenal gland; (7) convulsions;...
Page 358 - ... kinds of atypical attacks of headache: but rarely obtained a clear description of unilateral pain. In view of this state of affairs, we shall have to content ourselves with merely stating the conflicting opinions, leaving the distinction between migraine and nervous headache to individual judgment.
Page 316 - Ganghofner and others, found that manifest tetany and larynogspasm in children increase during the beginning of winter and gradually reach their highest point in February or March; after which the cases diminish in frequency, until during midsummer the incidence becomes zero.