The results of the management of 608 children suffering from spina bifida cystica are reviewed.
Ascites in the newborn is rare and, if left untreated, is frequently fatal.
The problem of effective behavioural assessment in psychopharmacological research is examined and current methods are reviewed.
An identical infective agent has been isolated from trachoma (TR) and from inclusion conjunctivitis (IC) of the newborn, and is called the TRIC agent.
The staffing, construction and function of an intensive care unit are discussed.
In an attempt to determine normal values in the CSF of the newborn infant, 135 healthy neonates were investigated.