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Spina bifida and cranium bifidum: study of 530 cases.
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Intraspinal tumors in infants and children.
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THE EFFECT OF VARIOUS FACTORS ON EXPERIMENTALLY PRODUCED CONVULSIONS
Since Wilder, 1 in 1921, suggested the use of a ketogenic diet in the treatment for epilepsy, this procedure has taken a definite place in the treatment for this type of convulsion. The mechanism ofExpand
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Infectious neuronitis (Guillain‐Barré syndrome) in children
GUILLAIN, BARRE, and STROHL,~ in 1916, delineated a syndrome characterized by progressive muscular weakness, sensory disturbances, tenderness of muscles, and albuminocytologic dissociation in theExpand
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Multiple sclerosis in children; a clinical study of 40 cases with onset in childhood.
Forty cases of disease of the central nervous system, characterized by several episodes and disseminated lesions, with onset in childhood and clinically typical of multiple sclerosis, were studied.Expand
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EIGHT YEARS' EXPERIENCE WITH THE KETOGENIC DIET IN THE TREATMENT OF EPILEPSY
As the use of the ketogenic diet in the treatment of epilepsy was started at the Mayo Clinic, it seems well to report at this time on the original series of cases of children who have been observedExpand
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EPILEPSY IN CHILDREN: RELATIONSHIP OF VARIATIONS IN THE DEGREE OF KETONURIA TO OCCURRENCE OF CONVULSIONS IN EPILEPTIC CHILDREN ON KETOGENIC DIETS
It has been definitely established by the work of Wilder,1Peterman,2Talbot, Metcalf and Moriarty3and others that children suffering from idiopathic epilepsy are greatly benefited by a diet high inExpand
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SUBACUTE BACTERIAL ENDOCARDITIS DUE TO HEMOLYTIC STREPTOCOCCI OF LANCEFIELD GROUP G
Developments in the field of chemotherapy have aroused an increased interest in a more exact bacteriologic differentiation of the various groups of streptococci in order to understand the variedExpand
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FACTORS INFLUENCING EXPERIMENTALLY PRODUCED CONVULSIONS
In two previous communications the methods of producing convulsions by thujone obtained from wormwood and of controlling them by the administration of acetone bodies, phenobarbital and by dehydrationExpand
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