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The study of the stomach from radiographs, taken at frequent intervals after the introduction of bismuth in the regular feeding, offers a new and interesting method of observing gastric motility in infants. It is a subject which has a very important bearing on many of the questions which arise...
As the number of cases of amyotonia congenita reported now totals but some seventy cases, about one-quarter of which are accompanied by autopsy protocols, one need not apologize for adding to the literature on this rare disease. The case I am about to report came to me from the service of Dr....
The myxoma is the least frequent among the connective-tissue tumors. It develops in the organs in which it was originally embryonic mucous tissue, but presents itself seldom unmixed. Lustig and Galeotti1 said:
Lues ta specie di mixoma che ricorda per la sua struttura il tessuto connettivo...
The organism of whooping-cough has long been sought and many investigators have described it as an influenza-like bacterium. Notable among these workers was Spengler,1 who in 1897, called attention to the organism so often found in pertussis sputum. Bordet2 of Brussels has described at length...
George M., aged 4 years, entered the Children's Ward of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Sept. 28, 1912.
—The child had been exposed to a tuberculous grandfather and to a tuberculous friend of the family, who cared for and slept with him at times.
The inability of many women to nurse their infants is usually regarded as an evil of modern growth and development. This is probably not the case, if one may judge from occasional references to the subject in the Bible, in the writings of Tacitus and elsewhere. But any particular mention in old...
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