A six-year survey of the cases seen at a school cardiac clinic.


murmurs can be made and the child spared needless restriction and invalidism. Second, cases of rheumatic heart disease can be kept under observation and guidance so that relapses may be recognized and treatment instituted as soon as possible (this applies particularly to relapses of carditis unassociated with arthritis or chorea) and the child advised… (More)


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