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Advances in Pediatrics.

Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1943;71(1):134-135. doi:10.1001/archinte.1943.00210010140012.
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The editors have compiled a collection of the most significant contributions to pediatric literature which have appeared during the past two years. Continuance of this volume as an annual review is proposed. The book includes ten sections by various authors as follows: Toxoplasmosis: A Recently Recognized Disease of Human Beings, by Albert B. Sabin; Review of Virus Diseases, by Horace L. Hodes; Chemotherapy in Diseases of Infancy and Childhood, by Benjamin W. Carey; Electroencephalography, by Major Normal Q. Brill; The Role of Vitmin K in Hemorrhage in the Newborn Period, by H. G. Poncher; Persistent Ductus Arteriosus and Its Surgical Treatment, by Robert E. Gross; The Premature Infant, by Abraham Tow; Tuberculosis, by Waldo E. Nelson; Endocrinology, by Murray B. Gordon, and Short Abstracts of Some Other Advances in Pediatrics, by Adolph G. De Sanctis and George E. Pittinos.

The volume will undoubtedly be of greatest value to those persons

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