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April 29, 1899

Transactions of the American Pediatric Society.

JAMA. 1899;XXXII(17):955. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450440053030

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Abstract

Besides the minutes of the tenth annual meeting, held at Cincinnati, Ohio, June 1 to 3, 1898, this volume contains an index of volumes one to ten, a list of presidents, officers, members and meeting places of the society, also papers presented at the tenth annual session, on the following subjects: "The Scope and Limitations of the Hospitals for Infants," "The American Pediatric Society's Investigation on Infantile Scurvy in North America," "Should All Milk Used for Infant-Feeding be Heated for the Purpose of Killing Germs? If so, at What Temperature and How Long Continued?" "Three Cases of Amaurotic Family Idiocy," "Significance of Fever Following Operations for Pyothorax," "Irrigation by Submersion in the Treatment of Empyema," "Albuminuria as a Lithemic Manifestation in Early Life," "Death from Hemoptysis of a Child Aged 3 Years," "Urine of Healthy Infants and Children," "Short Reports of Unusual Cases," "Congenital Malformation of the Bile-Duct," "Seven Cases

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