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Growth is the principal function of infancy, and any disturbance of it constitutes a serious condition. A state of nutrition which maintains the weight and size of the organism unchanged is desirable for the adult; it cannot be endured with impunity for any length of time by the infant....
The curds that occur in the stools of infants, especially of those fed on cow's-milk, have been the subject of much discussion among pediatricians. A great deal of importance attaches to the solution of the problem of their etiology and nature, because their presence in the stools has always...
During the past few months two tubes have been devised which may be introduced by mouth and passed into the stomach and thence into the duodenum. The description of these tubes was published almost simultaneously by Gross1 and by Einhorn.2 Both instruments, however, were constructed for use on...
CHRONIC GASTRIC INDIGESTION
Everyone who sees many sick infants is familiar with the symptomatology of chronic gastric indigestion at this age. It seldom occurs in the breast-fed, but develops, as a rule, after a longer or shorter period of bad artificial feeding. Vomiting is the most prominent...
The value of transfusion in infants has been demonstrated in the treatment of hemorrhagic disease of the new-born and in cases of hemorrhage after injuries or operations. That this procedure has not been more frequently and successfully tried in these conditions is probably due to the technical...
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