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This is a separate issue of numbers 1-3 of volume 3 of Immunität, Allergie und Infektionskrankheiten, which is devoted to the presentation of the practical results of scientific investigation and clinical experience. The newer results of the investigation of infantile paralysis are reviewed by C. W. Jungeblut and R. Thompson in New York. E. Roesle, Berlin, discusses the statistics of infantile paralysis. C. Levaditi, E. Schmutz and L. Willemin report the results of their study of an epidemic of infantile paralysis in Alsace in June-September, 1930. Diagnosis is discussed by de Rudder, abortive cases by A. Lichtenstein, the clinical picture and general treatment by P. Bamberger, serum treatment in general by R. W. Fairbrother, and the experiences with convalescent serum in Canada by H. Schlossberger. The final section by P. Ritzen deals with the orthopedic treatment of the results of infantile paralysis. The book contains a good review of our
Immunität, Allergie und Infektionskrankheiten: Praktische Ergebnisse der wissenschaftlichen Forschung und klinischen Erfahrung. JAMA. 1931;97(12):876. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02730120056036
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