An abandoned baby grows up in a hospital ward when an extensive series of surgical procedures is necessary to repair the damage caused when the infant's mother forced her to ingest caustic household lye.
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Dr. Konrad Styner
Our presentation tonight, the field of pediatric otolaryngology, the science of the ears, nose, and throat. The object in point, a homemade rag doll. The case in point, Patricia Jeanette Dunbar. Her story has its beginning more than five years ago. At the time, Patty Dunbar was scarcely six months old. She swallowed, or was made to swallow, a quantity of lye. No one's certain how it happened, but it's conceded that it was not a childhood accident. A child of six months usually cannot administer...