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Identifier: albanymedicalann3919medi (find matches)
Title: Albany medical annals
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: Medical Society of the County of Albany (N.Y.) Albany Medical College. Alumni Association
Subjects: Medicine
Publisher: Albany, N.Y. : Burdick & Taylor
Contributing Library: The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Historical Medical Library
Digitizing Sponsor: The College of Physicians of Philadelphia and the National Endowment for the Humanities

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ceral functions are normally performed and he pos-sesses fair intelligence. The voice and hearing are perfectlynormal. The blood examinations, including Wassermann, areperfectly negative and he carries no elevation of temperature. There are, however, certain conditions of his framework whichcharacterize a special congenital state. The scleras present apale china-blue appearance and this constitutes the obscure en-tity associated very closely with fragilitas ossium or brittle bones.The pale china-blue appearance of the scleras is, of course, verycharacteristic and the very small and poorly developed bones areto be expected in company with it. Blue scleras are not infrequent in young children with tuber-culosis ; they are also found in congenital heart disease but insuch cases it is possible the discoloration is due to passivehyperaemia. Eddows (1900) recognized the association but To Illustrate Dr. Harvies Article on Blue Sclerotics with Brittle Bones. Albany Medical Annals, May, igi8.
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Fig. I Fig. II Showing seat of fracture in tibia with After operation for correctionbending of bone forward. Note of the deformity, porosity of the bone and very slen-der fibula. 172 BLUE SCLEROSIS WITH BRITTLE BOXES up to the present time this symptom-complex has never beenexplained. The victims of this unfortunate coincidence areusually small of stature, fractures and sprains occur easily, butfortunately, as a rule, the patients make good recoveries. Inthis case the disability following the fractures has been more orless permanent; this is an exception; this boys bones, when frac-tured, do not unite, the best result obtainable being fibrous union. Through the courtesy of Dr. Gordinier I am permitted to referto a case which he had the opportunity -to examine and make noteson seventeen years ago. Dr. Gordiniers case was that of amarried woman forty-two years of age, by occupation a clerk. Family History. Her father died at sixty-two years of pneu-monia ; her mother is perfectly well a

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