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Image from page 111 of “The report of the Philadelphia baby saving show, and the proceedings of the Conference on infant hygiene” (1913)

Image from page 111 of “The report of the Philadelphia baby saving show, and the proceedings of the Conference on infant hygiene” (1913)
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Identifier: reportofphiladel00philrich
Title: The report of the Philadelphia baby saving show, and the proceedings of the Conference on infant hygiene
Year: 1913 (1910s)
Authors: Philadelphia. Baby saving show, 1912 Child Hygiene Association of Philadelphia Conference on infant hygiene (1912 : Philadelphia)
Subjects: Infants — Care and hygiene Exhibitions Infants — Care and hygiene Congresses
Publisher: [Philadelphia] The Executive committee
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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lets used for (listrihution t>v tiie Xisiting Niuses of tlie tlepartment. Diseases Other Than Communicable Section C. Hndlli Xo. 19. Ihis section consisted of tlire hooths eontainini; chiefly colored drawings ofthe non-conununical)Ie diseases which result in deformities or lesions which canreadily lie recognizeil hy the average layman. In the main they referred to con-ditions which are likely to he neglected hy mothers of the ignorant, or overlookedhecau.se of the insidiou.snes.s of their on.set and their failure to i)ro(iuce acute mani-festations. There were a few additional drawings illu.strating certain acute in-fectious conditions, such as ophthalmia neonatorum, which demand immediatemedical attention. Colored Drawings Illustrating: Diseases of the Xervou.s System. Paralysi.s of the nerve of the face from exposure to cold. Infantile hrain-paralysis. Tetany. Inflammation of the nerves following Diphtheria and the use of .Vlcohol. Palsy of hand anil arm. Spinal Paralysis.

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■A ■A A 96 niHFj Tony wn ( atm.iu.ii: or i:iiiiiirs 97 Six Colorid DiMwinys lllnstratiii^: One (>riii;il and Iivc Aluioniial St()()l>. tlio Lai tcr t lie IU–11II iil Iiri|iio|)crFcodiiif^. Weight curve sliowiiiL; loss Iroiii siiiiinier (liairli<ia. Jaw and Icelli sliowiiit; rllccl of tliiiinli-suckin;; or coiiitorter. Intestinal Worms: A. Tapeworm—(a) derived from pork and heef; (h) derived fronilisli; (c) derived from dol< showini; relation of weiulit to ^■itality.()lore(l drawint; illnst ratint; di.seases of the skin.Photographs sliowint;- ■(■atchy .sores and eczema. Colored drawings illustrating adenoids, (a) Adenoid.s—nioutli-hrcathing—narrow chest; (h) j)()sitioii of the adenoi

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