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Texas State Journal of Medicine, Fort Worth
April, VII, No. 12, pp. 319-356
1 Jaundice in Surgery. C. Johnson, Fort Worth.2 Acute Diffuse Peritonitis Resulting from Ruptured Pyosalpinx. W. B. Carrell, Dallas.3 Some Appendiceal Conditions and Interpretation of Blood Count. M. A. Wood, Houston.4 Treatment of Nasal Catarrh. L. L. Bartlett, Dalhart.5 Gastric Roentgenology. E. II. Skinner. Kansas City, Mo.
4. Treatment of Nasal Catarrh.
—In all cases of nasal catarrh in children between the ages of 4 and 12 years coming under his observation, Bartlett believes that eye strain was a factor in the cause of 20 per cent., and good results have been obtained by the aid of glasses. Nasal catarrh in children under 4 years of age is often from another cause, he says—intestinal irritation. The intestinal trouble may be worms or some bacteria
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