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The theory that the extreme elevation of the temperature during July, August and September is the direct cause of summer diarrhea was very popular with the early American physicians. Booker1 has given us an interesting history of the subject. Diarrhea in infancy as a summer disease was not...
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The heavy upright lines in the charts (pp. 321-2-3) represent the total number of deaths from non-surgical disorders and diseases of the gastro-intestinal tract which occurred among infants in the first two years of life in St. Louis on each day of the months May, June,...
The passage of substances through the intestinal wall, and the effect of the ingestion of biologically active bodies on the reactions in the blood and other tissues has been a subject of much interest to many, and especially so to pediatrists. We hope to throw some light on this problem by the...
In January, 1910, my assistant Dr. George W. Brett and I undertook an investigation on the relative value of raw, pasteurized and boiled cow's milk as a food for unweaned animals. Experimental studies on this subject commonly have one or both of two weaknesses — the use of an insufficient number...
Much information has been gathered since the study of the stomach was begun with the Roentgen ray in conjunction with bismuth. In the adult the size, position, shape, function and presence of tumors may be ascertained with a great amount of accuracy. In the baby, however, the conclusions arrived...
A striking change has been evident in hospital and medical practice within the last ten years. The advent of social service work in the hospital routine has resulted in a new conception of many disease conditions. Certain diseases have been long recognized as intimately connected with conditions...
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