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The food of infants comes in the main from two sources, human milk and cows' milk, the former being the natural food and the latter the best substitute we have when the former supply fails us. A brief description of these two milks is necessary for a clear conception of the subject.
Medical literature is full of reports of the bacteriologic examinations of the blood in adults, and much valuable information has been obtained therefrom. Various infections have been studied in this way: typhoid, pneumonia, endocarditis, erysipelas, osteomyelitis, and many of the obscure...
Abstract I. INTRODUCTION During the first few days in the life of an infant a number of phenomena may occur which border closely on the pathologic, among which is the frequent, if not constant, deposit of uric acid or its salts in the kidney tubules. Numerous investigations have been directed...
Text-books which deal with the examination of the spinal fluid give much space to elaborate schemes for a positive diagnosis from the spinal fluids in the different forms of meningitis. However, if one has had these same spinal fluids to examine, one is immediately impressed with the fact that...
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