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This is also a thesis for the M.D. degree done in the Pediatrics Department of the University of Copenhagen, under the direction of Dr. Bloch. The second half of the monograph contains brief case records and histories of more than 100 patients investigated. The monograph is interesting as an illustration of the type of consecutive work and grasp of the literature in one field required for the M.D. degree in Denmark. Otherwise the study cannot be said to advance particularly the problem under investigation. The author concludes (on page 137) that hematogenous origin of cystitis is most prevalent during the first year of life and that after the second year the entrance of bacteria through the external passages is assuming a more important rôle.
Clinical Studies on Infections of the Urinary Passages in Children (Danish). Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1929;43(1):145–146. doi:10.1001/archinte.1929.00130240148018
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