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The casein curds in infant stools have been the subject of much discussion and controversy in recent years. Considerable disagreement exists in regard to both their chemical composition and the mechanism of their formation. All writers have been unanimous, however, in attributing to the curds...
Before discussing the rôle of calcium in the etiology of tetany it is important to summarize the present status of our knowledge of calcium in the healthy organism.
To illustrate how minute is the amount of calcium involved in metabolic processes, one needs but consider that the soft tissues...
During the past year a number of interesting cases involving the nervous system occurred in the service of my colleagues and myself at the Cook County Hospital, a few of which I herewith report.
—Johanna W., aged 8, of German parentage, but born in France. She was brought to the United...
It is the object of this paper to report the history of a family, several members of which suffer from a type of splenic enlargement usually desiginated as that of Gaucher, and to make a critical study of all the reported cases of this disease, with the hope of proving that although these cases...
The seriousness of pertussis in the infant, its tendency to be complicated by pneumonia, emphysema, convulsions and perhaps paralysis, and the possibility of a fatal termination, have caused this disease to occupy a prominent place in the minds of all physicians, particularly as it is so...
The remarkable experiments of Meltzer and Auer on intratracheal insufflation were made known in France by Carrel, who also brought them to my attention. I was greatly impressed by them and concluded that the principle might be applicable to the resuscitation of asphyxiated infants, for which...
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