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A severe indigestion of acute onset and protracted course, characterized by the evacuation of bulky, pale-gray, greasy stools, occurs fairly often in early childhood. Marked wasting is a feature, as is the occurrence of periods of amelioration during the earlier months of the affection. The...
The condition that forms the subject of this paper can hardly be referred to as a distinct disease entity, yet it presents such a definite clinical picture, with more or less uniform pathologic findings, that it justifies classifying it as a disease state of special clinical significance.
R. Z., aged 2 1/4 years, under observation at the Presbyterian Hospital, N. Y.; accident when 1 year old; died; autopsy.
A puny, undersized child was brought to the out-patient department of the University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, the parents hoping that she might be...
The following case presents so many points of interest that it is herewith reported:
—The patient was the third child of healthy parents, born after a normal labor. She was nursed, but the mother suffered from sore nipples so much that she cried each time the child was put to the...
For the privilege of reporting this very interesting case I am indebted to the courtesy of my confrères in the Montreal General Hospital, Drs. J. M. Elder and A. H. Gordon.
—Chas. H., aged 10 weeks, was first seen in consultation by Dr. Gordon March 9, 1913, for continued vomiting. The...
In 1906 I reported the results of an investigation of certain clinical aspects of rheumatic fever in childhood, which was based on a series of 300 consecutive patients admitted to the wards of the Children's Hospital. Of these 300 patients, 209 were discharged from the hospital with signs of...
The pyelitis of infancy, which is a fairly common disease, is generally understood by pediatricians, as expressed in their writings, as a disease characterized by an active, remitting temperature, and which is treated most successfully by the use of alkalies, while some cases may be cured by...
Measles may be said to be nearly endemic in communities of children by reason of the regularity of its appearance at certain seasons of the year, and its peculiar partiality for definite age periods. Amongst the diseases of childhood it is conspicuous at times for its great mortality where...
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