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Blood cultures made during life in young infants may be an aid to diagnosis or to prognosis, or they may be useful in the study of a given disease from the purely scientific standpoint, with a view to an ultimate practical or therapeutic application. In either case a safe and simple technic is a...
For many years our lack of knowledge of the processes of intestinal digestion, and of the action of the glands which line the wall of the intestine, as well as those which pour their secretions into it, has hindered the study of the metabolic processes during infancy. It has frequently been...
About two years ago in comparing some then recent clinical experiences, we were struck by the apparent frequency with which the eruption of infantile eczema was associated with a disturbed digestion in a series of cases. From the dermatologic point of view this association was so common as even...
The condition of which I shall speak as intestinal toxemia of the new-born is, I am inclined to think, not at all an uncommon one. All who have much to do with the new-born infant must be more or less familiar with it. The text-books, however, either do not refer to it at all or so casually that...
PART I.—NY HENRY HEIMAN, M.D.
Carefully as this disease has been observed for over a quarter of a century, the obscurity regarding its true nature is still as great as ever. While Sachs'1 somewhat modified view of its congenital origin has gained many adherents, among these such careful...
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