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During 1907 some 200 cases of poliomyelitis developed in a district in the northwestern section of Pennsylvania, extending from 78° 55′ to 80° 15′ west longitude and from 41° to 41° 30′ north latitude. The outbreak apparently began the latter part of July in Elk County and in early August in...
The presence of a ferment in the adult stomach, which has the power of splitting neutral fat into its component fatty acids and glycerin, the gastric lipase, has been confirmed by recent studies.
Although Marcet,1 Cash,2 Ogata3 and Vaughan Harley4 found fatty acids in the stomach contents, it...
The urine of the normal breast-fed infant is mainly distinguished by negative characteristics. This is a statement made by Mayerhofer1 in his recent paper. In this paper attention is called to the absence of such substances as glycuronic acid, indican, urobilin, etc., in the urine of these...
In a former paper1 we recorded two experiments on the acid control of the pylorus in infants. We have since extended and verified these results and present them herewith, together with a partial description of the first experiments.
The explanation of the opening and closing of...
With the view of gathering, if possible, some data on the use and abuse of meat diet in childhood, the work reported in this paper was begun about a year ago. It was hoped that the results of the experiments might lead to some definite indications as to the quantity and frequency with which this...
The treatment of chronic forms of nephritis by an operative procedure of splitting the capsule of the kidney was first proposed by Edebohls and advocated by him as a mode of curing ultimately the disease of these organs and restoring them to normal condition, that is, of curing the nephritis. In...
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