On cases described as acute rickets which are probably a combination of scurvy and rickets, the scurvy being an essential and the rickets a variable element

Barlow, T.

Arch. Dis. Childhood. 10: 223-252

1935


DOI: 10.1177/095952878306600112
Accession: 013447118

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Abstract
This paper, originally published in 1883 and here reprinted, describes in great detail the clinical features and history of a typical case of the disease which bears Barlow's name, followed by an analysis of 31 other cases. Post mortem examinations of 3 cases established the haemorrhagic naturte of the characteristic sub-periosteal swellings.