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May 1933

MENINGES IN INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE OF THE NEW-BORN

Author Affiliations

CHICAGO
From the Sarah Morris Hospital for Children and the Department of Pathology of the Nelson Morris Institute for Medical Research of the Michael Reese Hospital.

Am J Dis Child. 1933;45(5):973-984. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1933.01950180045002
Abstract

The literature on cerebral hemorrhage of the new-born concerns itself mainly with the size, source and mechanism of the hemorrhage, with but little attention to the reaction of the meninges and the brain. It was the latter phase of the condition that formed the basis for our investigations. In order to evaluate our work properly, we studied the brain and meninges grossly and microscopically. We also studied the question of the relation of atelectasis to intracranial hemorrhage. Special attention was paid to the occurrence of cerebral hemorrhage in three infants delivered by cesarean section.

LITERATURE  No attempt is made to review the literature on cerebral hemorrhage of the new-born in detail. The recent monograph of Ford1 and the papers by Warwick2 and Ylppö3 give the more important references on the subject. Only papers dealing directly with the phase of the subject studied by us will be referred

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