Seasonal Incidence of Convulsions in Children under Three Years of Age Not Associated with Primary Disease of the Central Nervous

Abstract

Infantile convulsions have long been an enigma and in spite of the progress of mediial science there emnains much that is still not clear. Ifants have convulsions more often than adults or olier children and for this fact various exlanations have been adduced. The doctrine of peripheral irritation whereby the immaturity of the infant's nervous system was… (More)

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