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(p. 123) Rheumatism in Children 

(p. 123) Rheumatism in Children
(p. 123) Rheumatism in Children

Donald W. Winnicott

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date: 16 January 2021

In this report for the London County Council, Winnicott describes the work of the Rheumatic Clinic in his care, with the aim of preventing heart disease. Winnicott notes that a sufficient number of doubtful cases of rheumatism and chorea were being sent from the school care committees to justify the setting apart of this clinic of one session a week, to deal almost exclusively with this type of case. The clinic does not seek a reputation as centre for the treatment of rheumatism, but has the object of sorting out possible rheumatic diseases and becoming responsible for providing common sense treatment of indirect value.

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