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Some months ago I described in the pages of this journal1 a duodenal tube for infants. This tube was introduced by mouth into the stomach, and then passed through the pylorus into the small intestine. This result was readily accomplished, the tube taking about one-half hour to pass the pylorus....
THE CEREBROSPINAL FLUID
There are two ways in which a careful study of the cerebrospinal fluid in acute poliomyelitis may help to throw light on the disease. On the one hand, the changes observed may facilitate early diagnosis and thus enhance the value of any method of treatment which may be...
The term "atrophy of infants" was formerly used to designate a disease sui generis. It was characterized clinically by the fact that children, who had developed well up to a certain time, gradually began to fail and eventually died, presenting the picture of a progressive and often extreme grade...
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