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" That the primary element in the causation of this condition is a disturbance of the co-ordination of the respiratory movements, probably due to some developmental backwardness of the cortical structures which control them. "
Pediatrics: Orthopedic surgery - Page 148
1906
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Transactions of the Section on Laryngology, Otology and Rhinology ..., Volume 74

American Medical Association. Section on Laryngology, Otology, and Rhinology - Ear - 1923 - 240 pages
...Turner, and Sutherland and Lack, regarding the etiology of this condition. Thomson and Turner hold that the primary element in the causation of this condition is a disturbance of the coordinating of the respiratory movements, probably due to some developmental backwardness of the cortical...
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Pediatrics, Volumes 11-12

Children - 1901 - 998 pages
...conclusions may be stated as follows: i. That the primary element in the causation of this'condition is a disturbance of the co-ordination of the respiratory...backwardness of the cortical structures which control them. 3. That the change of form found is merely an exaggeration of the normal infantile type, and is mainly...
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Memphis Medical Monthly, Volume 21

1901 - 698 pages
...study of congenital stridor in infants. Their most important conclusions are stated as follows : 1. That the primary element in the causation of this...backwardness of the cortical structures which control them. 2. That the change of form found is merely an exaggeration of the normal infantile type, and is mainly...
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The Medical Age, Volume 19

Medicine - 1901 - 946 pages
...CONGENITAL STRIDOR OF INFANTS. J. Thomson and AL Turner (British Medical Journal, Dec. 1, 1900) say that the primary element in the causation of this...backwardness of the cortical structures which control them. That the change of form found is merely an exaggeration of the normal infantile type, and is mainly...
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Progressive Medicine, Volume 1

Hobart Amory Hare - Medicine - 1901 - 446 pages
...distinguished from a laryngeal spasm. Our most important conclusions may be stated as follows : 1. That the primary element in the causation of this...backwardness of the cortical structures which control them. '2. That the change of form found is merely an exaggeration of the normal infantile type, and is mainly,...
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Pediatrics, Volume 11

Children - 1901 - 502 pages
...from chloroform narcosis. CONCLUSIONS. Our .most important conclusions may be stated as follows: 1. That the primary element in the causation of this...backwardness of the cortical structures which control them. 2. That the change of form found is merely an exaggeration of the normal infantile type, and is mainly...
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The Hahnemannian Monthly, Volume 36

1901 - 992 pages
...communication to the British Medical Association, state their most important conclusions to be as follows : 1. That the primary element in the causation of this...backwardness of the cortical structures which control them. 2. That the change of form found is merely an exaggeration of the normal infantile type, and is mainly...
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The Monthly Cyclopaedia of Practical Medicine and ..., Volume 4; Volume 15

Medicine - 1901 - 498 pages
...regarding the congenital stridor of infants may be stated as follows: 1. That the primary element in thi> causation of this condition is a disturbance of the...backwardness of the cortical structures which control them. 2. That the change of form found is merely an exaggeration of the normal infantile type, and is mainly,...
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American year-book of medicine and surgery. v.7, 1902, Volume 7

1902 - 788 pages
...Turner,2 being that it is a choreiform respiratory spasm, the primary element in the causation being a disturbance of the coordination of the respiratory...backwardness of the cortical structures which control them ; that the change of form found in the larynx is only an exaggeration of the normal infantile type,...
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Transactions of the American Pediatric Society, Volume 17

American Pediatric Society - Children - 1906 - 248 pages
...Turner, of Edinburgh, have taken up the subject of laryngeal stridor and elaborated a theory in which the "primary element in the causation of this condition...developmental backwardness of the cortical structures whicn control them." In their monograph, the authors have shown thai the infantile epiglottis has a...
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