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Tuberculosis in White and Negro Children.

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In 2 volumes. By HARDY JANET B.. , M.D.C.M., and BRAILEY MIRIAM E.. , M.D., Dr.P.H. 122 pages (Volume I.), 103 pages (Volume II.); 29 X 22 cm. Published for the Commonwealth Fund by the Harvard University Press; , Cambridge, Massachusetts: . 1958.. Price, $7.50 (Vol. I), $4.50 (Vol. II).

Ann Intern Med. 1958;49(5):1273-1274. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-49-5-1273_3
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As the famous paper of Roper and Waring is to the significance of "idiopathic" pleural effusion, so is this work to the significance of untreated tuberculosis of childhood.

This monumental study is based on data derived from the records of 1,329 children treated in the Tuberculosis Clinic of the Harriet Lane Home of the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Cases were admitted to the study from 1928 to 1944, and follow-up was continued until completion of compilation of records in 1950.

The first volume, by Dr. Hardy, "The Roentgenologic Aspects of the Harriet Lane Study," presents a large collection, admirably reproduced, of



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