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Kenneth Daniel Blackfan - bibliography

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Biography

American paediatrician, born September 9, 1883, Cambridge, New York; died November 1941.

Bibliography

  • K. D. Blackfan:
    Apparatus for collecting infants' blood for the Wassermann reaction.
    American Journal of Diseases of Children, Chicago, 1912, 4: 33.
  • Henry M. Thomas, K. D. Blackfan:
    Recurrent Meningitis Due to Lead in a Child of Five Years.
    American Journal of Diseases of Children, Chicago, 1914, 8: 377-380.
    Thomas and Blackfan detailed a case of a boy from Baltimore who died of lead poisoning after ingesting white lead paint from the railings of his crib.
  • W. E. Dandy, K. D. Blackfan:
    Internal hydrocephalus: an experimental, clinical and pathological study.
    American Journal of Diseases of Children, Chicago, 1914, 8: 406-482.
    American Journal of Diseases of Children, Chicago, 1917, 14: 424-443.
    Dandy-Walker syndrome. Experimental production of hydrocephalus.
  • K. D. Blackfan:
    Lead Poisoning in Children with Especial Reference to Lead as a Cause of Convulsions.
    The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 1917, 153: 877-887.
  • K. D. Blackfan, K. F. Maxey:
    The intraperitoneal injection of saline solution.
    American Journal of Diseases of Children, Chicago, 1918, 15: 19.
  • L. K. Diamond, K. D. Blackfan, J. M. Baty:
    Erythroblastosis fetalis and its association with universal edema of the fetus, icterus gravis neonatorum, and anemia of the newborn.
    The Journal of Pediatrics, St. Louis, 1932, 1: 269.
  • K. D. Blackfan, S. B. Wolbach:
    Vitamin A deficiency in infants.
    The Journal of Pediatrics, St. Louis, 1933, 3: 679-706.
  • K. D. Blackfan, C. D. May:
    Inspissation of secretion and dilatation of ducts and acini. Atrophy and fibrosis of the pancreas in infants.
    The Journal of Pediatrics, St. Louis, 1938, 13: 627-624.
  • Sidney Farber (1903-1973, L. K. Diamond, R. F. Mercer, V. A. Wolff:
    Temporary remissions in acute leukemia in children produced by folic acid antagonist 4-amethopteroylglutamic acid (aminopterin).
    The New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, 1946, 238: 787-793.

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