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August 4, 1951

El lactante vomitador (visto por el cirujano): Estudio crítico, diagnóstico etiológico, tratamiento consecuente.

JAMA. 1951;146(14):1362. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670140088041

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Abstract

The clinical aspects of vomiting of suckling babies is the subject of a thorough analysis of this interesting monograph. The author exhausts every phase of this clinical entity and discusses fallacious concepts of the subject matter. He presents a clear-cut plan for the study of the subject. The work is of value to the general practitioner, the surgeon, and the pediatrician. The book is divided into 24 chapters, in which every phase of the condition is lucidly entered into and thoroughly described, and will act as a guide to the reader, outlining the etiology, symptomatology, and therapy clearly and comprehensively. The radiologic examinations in these conditions, which frequently lead to diagnostic errors, form an outstanding chapter, which is ably presented. The book is of particular value in differential diagnosis. A comprehensive index concludes the work. Those reading Spanish and those who are interested in the subject will find it of

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