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The value of a reliable yet practicable method for the determination of the coagulation time of blood is obvious, yet the amount of experimental work expended on it within recent years testifies to the difficulties inherent to most of the clinical methods which have been devised.
—The subject of this report, R. B., was admitted to the Infants' Ward of Bellevue Hospital, Nov. 1, 1911, five hours after birth. She was said to have been born at full term, and was delivered without difficulty by a midwife. As to the family history, there had been three other...
Various methods have been employed in the estimation of kidney function. These methods may be divided roughly into (1) a study of the excretion of normal constituents of the urine, principally water, sodium chlorid and urea; (2) the determination of the freezing point of urine as compared with...
Because of the unpleasant and distressing symptoms of whooping-cough, a large number of drugs, as well as other supposed remedial agents, have been tried in its treatment, all of which have met with more or less failure. Since the discovery of the supposed specific bacillus of whooping-cough by...
In this study of fat metabolism, with a consideration of the nitrogen balance in a case of congenital absence of the bile-ducts, we were especially concerned from a clinical standpoint, not only with the fat and nitrogen disposition in the body, but with the activity of the pancreatic ferments....
In 1857, under the title "A New Case of Leukemia," Friedrich1 described a case in which the disease, interpreted by him as leukemia, ran an acute course with high fever, pronounced hemorrhagic diathesis and terminated fatally within a short time. After Friedrich, Ebstein in 1889 observed a...
The general disappointment encountered by most clinicians and specialists, with the therapy of gonorrheal vulvovaginitis in children, as well as the great diversity of opinions in regard to the possibility of ultimate cure of this infection in infants, have prompted us to make the...
The high rate of infant mortality in the children of syphilitic parents is an element of great concern in the social problem, but even greater is the disaster caused by these children living to maturity with their condition unrecognized. How may these conditions be met? By adopting whatever...
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