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An extensive study of the gaseous exchange of infants has been in progress for three years in connection with the Nutrition Laboratory and with the Massachusetts General Hospital. Pending the development of a method for determining the oxygen consumption directly — a factor that we deemed of...
In a recent most valuable, thoroughly scientific and exhaustive monograph Dr. S. Gandin of St. Petersburg, discusses the different types of chylous effusions in serous cavities. The work is based on the study of three medical and two surgical cases, and a critical review of 281 references...
In all recent publications on infant-feeding the superiority of breast-milk over all artificial foods is more than ever emphasized; and the crusade for the encouragement of breast-feeding continues. The cause of this undoubted superiority is still an unsolved problem. One...
The foundation on which the newer therapy of syphilis rests is composed, in largest part, of material derived from the results of the serum tests which we have just been considering in Part One. It follows that, as the solidarity of a structure is affected by the strength or weakness of its...
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