ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

1884 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
whether one or both parents were infected, whether the primary chancre dated back one or ten years, -whether there was or was not treatment, whether there were or not secondary symptoms, whether the child was too large or small. A number of the children were dead before the thirtieth week. The mothers could give no reason for the death of the children, or the premature delivery. In calculating the period of pregnancy, it was always more advanced than the
doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390720015002c fatcat:67wpxvwu7vf5hovydmbe7ixocm