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James B. Baty


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    American haematologist.

    Biography of James B. Baty

    James M. Baty was affiliated with the Infants' and Children's Hospitals and the Departments of Pathology and Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School. He was also an initiator, in 1935, with Dr. Stewart H. Clifford, of the group that became Longwood Pediatrics in Boston, Massachusetts.


    Congenital atresia of the intestine.
    American Journal of Diseases of Children, Chicago, 1929, 37 (3): 591-595.

    A Case of Congenital Hemolytic Jaundice With An Unusually High Percentage of Reticulocytes.
    American Journal of the Medical Sciences, April 1930, 179 (4): 546-548.

    Lipoid histiocytosis (Niemann's disease).
    American Journal of Diseases of Children, Chicago, 1930, 39 (3): 573-585.

    Erythroblastosis fetalis and its association with universal edema of the fetus, icterus gravis neonatorum, and anemia of the newborn.
    L. K. Diamond, K. D. Blackfan, J. M. Baty. The Journal of Pediatrics, St. Louis, 1932, 1: 269.

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