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This paper is presented for several reasons, among which are the following:
1. It concerns an interesting and not very common malformation of the cranium.
2. This cranial malformation is associated with certain phenomena which, are so distinctive, and so suggestive of serious organic disease,...
This may be defined as an affection occurring in young infants characterized by forcible vomiting, constipation, visible peristalsis and frequently a palpable tumor at the situation of the pylorus produced by a marked increase in its muscle fibers. The disease has been described under the names...
As the logical conclusion of many years of systematic effort to arrive at some definite ideas as to the nature of nutritional disturbances in artificially fed infants, with especial regard to the treatment, in May, 1910, Finkelstein and Meyer1 first published their results with a...
Before going into a general description of nitrogen metabolism it is of the utmost importance to get a general idea of the newer facts known in regard to protein bodies. Protein bodies represent a highly complex organic combination which has become better known through the studies of...
Infections of the new-born are sufficiently common so that the report of a case seems scarcely warranted. On the other hand, the avenue of entrance often cannot be recognized clinically and the case in hand is of interest because the post-mortem examination alone demonstrated the portal of...
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