Cyclopędia of the Diseases of Children: Medical and Surgical, Volume 2

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John Marie Keating
Lippincott, 1889 - Children
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Contents

HYPERTROPHIES AND ATROPHIES By J E GRAHAM M D Toronto
85
HYPERTROPHIES AND ATROPHIES Continued By HENRY W STEL
97
NAEvus or BIRTHMARK By Lewiss Pilcher M D Brooklyn N Y
103
SYPHILITIC SKINAFFEcTIONS By I E ATKINson M D Baltimore
116
PARASITIC DISEASEs By HENRY W STELwAGoN M D Philadelphia
124
A Burrow or Cuniculus Fig 5 Pediculus Capitis Fig 6 Ova of Head
130
SCROFULOSIS By HENRY AsHBY M D M R C P Manchester England
136
TUBERCULOSIS By A JAcoBI M D New York ExPresident of the
164
SYPHILIS By ABNER Post M D Boston Mass Clinical Instructor of Syphilis
186
Child the Subject of Rickets 44
223
RACHITIS By THoMAs BARLow M D F R C P London England Physician
224
Tibia and Femur with Principal Lesions of Rickets
228
Femur from Case of Late Rickets aged Eleven Years
234
Cranium from Case of Rickets between 236 and
237
Longitudinal Section of Rib of Rickety Child aged Fifteen Months
241
SCURVY By THoMAs BARLow M D F R C P London England Physician
265
Spongy Gums from a Child aged Fourteen Months Infantile Scurvy
274
CRETINISM By JUDsoN S BURY M D M R C P Manchester England
279
Cretin aged Twentyone Years facing
282
OXALURIA PHOSPHATURIA LITHU
293
DIABETES MELLITUS By GEORGE B Fow LER M D New York Professor
320
DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY TRACT
326
REFLEX COUGH By ALExANDER W MACCoy M D Philadelphia Pa
340
EPISTAXIS By ETHELBERT CARRoLL MoRGAN M D Washington D C Pro
345
FOREIGN BODIES IN THE NOSE By D BRYsoN DELAvAN M D
360
TUMORS OF THE NOSE By D BRYsoN DELAVAN M D New York Pro
366
CoNGENITAL SYPHILIS OF THE NOSE By F H Bosworth M D
378
ACUTE CORYZA By CARI SEILER M D Philadelphia Pa Instructor
386
RHINITIS HYPERTROPHICA By WILLIAM CHAPMAN JARvis M D
393
Bilobate AnteroInferior Turbinated Hypertrophy in the Nostril of a Child aged
394
RHINITIS ATROPHICA By WILLIAM CHAPMAN JARVIs M D New York
406
PURULENT RHINITIS OF CHILDREN By F H Bosworth M D
412
DISEASES AND INJURIES OF THE PHARYNX By E FLETCHER
419
DISEASES OF THE TONSILS By BEvERLEY RoBINsoN M D New York
437
Section of Healthy Tonsil Mackenzie
438
Folding TongueSpatula
449
The Gilbert Atomizer
458
Pharyngeal Spatula Mackenzie
472
Compressor for Tonsillar Hemorrhage
479
ADENOID GRow THS of THE VAULT of THE PHARYNx
484
Curette for removing Adenoid Growths
492
THE LARYNX
505
SPASMODIC LARYNGITIS By WILLIAM P NoRTHRUP M D New York
516
INTUBATION By WILLIAM P NoRTHRUP M D New York Pathologist to
531
MouthGag
533
TRACHEOTOMY By H R WHARTON M D Philadelphia Pa Surgeon
539
Vessels of Pretracheal Space
542
Cohens TracheotomyTube with Fenestrated Guide
548
Parkers Tracheal Aspirator
554
Charts of Temperature Pulse and Respiration in BronchoPneumonia
632
EMPHYSEMA By FREDERICK C SHATTUck M D Boston Mass Jackson
645
ASTHMA By FREDERICK C SHATTUCK M D Boston Mass Jackson Professor
652
Curschmanns Spirals and Leydens Crystals Strümpell
657
HAYFEVER By FREDERICK C SHATTUCK M D Boston Mass Jackson Pro
663
PHTHISIS By A JAcoBI M D New York ExPresident of New York Acad
670
PLEURISY By E N WHITTIER M D Boston Mass Visiting Physician
688
EMPYEMA By A T CABOT M D Boston Mass Surgeon to the Massachu
705
Frozen Section of Body at Level for ChestDrainage Braune
710
DISEASES OF THE THY ROID AND THYMUS GLANDS By OLIVER
719
AFFECTIONS OF THE MEDIASTINUM By WILLIAM A Edwards
726
DISEASES OF THE CIRCULATORY HAEMAT
742
Result of Foetal Endocarditis
748
Congenital Fusion of Two Segments of Aortic Valves
755
ENDocARDITIS ACUTE AND SUBACUTE By W B CHEADLE M D
768
Section of Mitral Valve in a Case of Rheumatic Endocarditis
772
Section of Aortic Valve in Ulcerative Endocarditis
786
ENLARGEMENT OF THE HEART By J MITCHELL BRUCE M D
789
Atresia of Pulmonary Artery 7 58
801
Cardiac Dulness and Situation of ApexBeat in Dilatation with Hypertrophy of Left
802
LymphoSarcoma of Myocardium drawn by Mr Collings 44
812
CHRONIC ENDocARDITISVALVULAR DISEASE By ARTHUR
815
Localization of Systolic Murmurs due to Patency of the Interventricular Septum
818
Diagram of Auscultatory Signs of Mitral Stenosis
829
MYoCARDITIS AND CARDIAC ANEURISM By J MITCHELL BRUCE
839
Normal Myocardium injected drawn by Mr Collings between 840 and
841
DISEASES OF THE PERICARDIUM By T M Rotch M D Boston
848
Artificial Pericardial Effusion Trocar Rotch
854
Diagram of Enlarged Heart Rotch
862
DISEASES OF THE BLOODVESSELS AND THEIR OPERATIVE
868
Carotid Artery of a Horse Four Months after Ligature
877
HAEMOPHILIA By THoMAs D DUNN M D West Chester Pa
879
DISEASES OF THE SPLEEN AND THEIR OPERATIVE TREAT
886
ADENITIS SCROFULOUS GLANDS By S AsHHURST M D Philadel
907
Irregularity of Jaws from ThumbSucking
923
Upper Jaw with Portions of the Roots of Temporary Central Incisors exposed
932
Horizontal Fissure of the Face
938
Congenital Hypertrophy of Gums Follin et Duplay
945
TUMORS OF THE LARYNX By SIR MoRELL MACKENzIE M D London
975
Microscopic Appearances from Secretions of the Mouth
978
Complete HareLip
996
Nélatons Method HareLip
1003
Smiths MouthGag Woods Modification
1009
Fergussons Osteoplastic Method Cleft Palate
1012
Showing Abscesses of Base of Jaw PhosphorusNecrosis
1021
Carcinomatous Tumors of Jaw
1027
Cicatricial Contraction of Jaw
1034
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Page 778 - The condition was not recognized as rheumatic. He had never had rheumatism before, but had had two attacks of chorea, and his mother had had rheumatic fever. On physical examination, a slight systolic bruit was heard at the apex. The area of cardiac dulness appeared to be slightly increased, and the heart's impulse somewhat diffused. A remarkable crop of subcutaneous nodules, varying from the size of a pea to that of a large cob-nut, was discovered, and proved a striking feature of the case.
Page 61 - Eczema is an inflammatory, acute or chronic, non-contagious disease of the skin, characterized at its commencement by erythema, papules, vesicles, or pustules, or a combination of these lesions, accompanied by more or less infiltration and itching, terminating either in discharge with the formation of crusts or in desquamation.
Page 63 - the fact cannot be denied that very many infants with eczema, perhaps the majority, look to be in perfect health, ... I feel confident in affirming that exceedingly careful medical investigation will always discover something to be corrected besides the disorder of the skin; certain it is that a very rigid investigation and regulation of the diet, mode of life, etc., together with appropriate aid from medicines, accomplishes for these little ones what local treatment has failed to do.
Page 142 - The most important thing for the student to impress on his mind with regard to all cases of phthisis is, that the pectoral symptoms, of whatsoever nature they may be, are caused by scrofulous inflammation. If you trace the phenomena of external scrofulous abscesses, you will be struck with the close analogy they bear in their manner of appearance, their progress and termination, to the ulcerations of the lungs in phthisis. The same slowness, the same insidious latency, the same gradual solidification...
Page 713 - ... the outer ends, after being securely fastened with safety pins and adhesive plaster, are cut off as close to the skin as possible. A handful of loose gauze wrung out in an antiseptic solution is placed around and over them, and over this a piece of mackintosh large enough to project in every direction beyond the gauze beneath it. Over this again are placed many (twelve to fifteen) layers of dry gauze, and lastly a sheet of cotton batting to provide for equal pressure. This whole dressing is held...
Page iv - MD, Clinical Professor of Diseases of Children in the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore.
Page 277 - ... (2) Swelling of the gums, varying from definite sponginess down to a vanishing point of minute, transient ecchymosis.
Page 17 - ... erythematous rashes. These need not be further mentioned here, as their description will be given in connection with those disorders in other sections of this work. More or less temporary congestions of the skin are known to occur in consequence of the ingestion of various drugs (erythema medicamentosum), although it is true that these rashes usually represent true inflammatory processes.
Page 292 - ... young children out to nurse in high and salubrious situations. Attention may here be drawn to the fact that ordinary cases of sporadic goitre, or of exophthalmic goitre, or even the rarer instances of acute enlargement of the thyroid gland, may be followed by symptoms of myxcedema or the cretinoid state. All varieties, then, of goitre call for the most skilful treatment and demand our most careful supervision. Treatment. — When fully developed, cretinism is incurable, but is capable of amelioration...
Page 133 - Pemv., oi ; adipis, 3i. In the warm season it will be necessary to add some simple cerate to this in order that the resulting ointment may be of proper consistence for comfortable use. Styrax is also a remedy of value, without the irritating effects of sulphur, and may be used either as an ointment in the strength of one part to two or three parts of lard, or pure with two drachms of alcohol and one drachm of olive oil to the ounce. Naphthol, twenty to sixty grains to the ounce, has been highly recommended...

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