This volume by eight writers consists of personalized monographs; each one deals with advances in a particular field in which the author has had considerable experience and achieved recognition for outstanding work. The various subjects include:
"The Effects of Birth Processes and Obstetric Procedures upon the Newborn Infant," by Clement A. Smith, Boston; "Retrolental Fibroplasia," by T. L. Terry, Boston; "Emotions and Symptoms in Pediatric Practice," by Milton J. E. Senn, New York; "Therapeutic Agents in the Treatment of Epileptiform Seizures," by William G. Lennox, Boston; "Viral Hepatitis," by Joseph Stokes Jr., Philadelphia; "Abnormalities and Variations of Sexual Development During Childhood and Adolescence," by Lawson Wilkins, Baltimore; "Puberty and Adolescence; Psychologic Considerations," by Hilde Bruch, New York, and "The Osteochondroses," by Beckett Howorth of New York. Just as in the first two volumes the third is outstanding in variety and authenticity of subjects covered.
Each subject is presented in a