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Since the publication1 of the first large series of cases of duodenal ulcers in infants in 1909, numerous reports from various clinics and hospitals have appeared which have substantiated the frequent occurrence of duodenal ulcers in infancy. In 1913, Holt2 collected ninety-one cases from the...
Of the utmost importance in the quantitative investigation of infant excretions is the absolutely complete collection of the separate urine and feces for the desired period. Hardly second in importance is the question of comfort for the child, for it is possible that a constrained or unusual...
So far as I have been able to find, there are but two references in pediatric literature to the determination of the oxalic acid content of the urine of infants. The first is in the handbook of Pfaundler and Schlossmann1 published in 1906, and is as follows: "The studies of Sedgwick at the...
Orthostatic albuminuria is a comparatively common condition, especially in children, and has been the subject of frequent investigation, yet the pathology of the condition is far from being clearly understood. Although it is not commonly classified among the nephritides, actual opportunities for...
The problem of high infant mortality in summer has received much attention, but of the various factors bearing on this problem, such as high outside- and room-temperature, humidity, etc., the factor of clothing has received relatively little attention. As a result of studies on...
Several years ago I was asked to see a little girl, 17 months old, suffering from a severe dermatitis of the diaper region. The skin of the buttocks, perineum, genitals, thighs, and lower abdomen was severely inflamed and numerous vesicles and blebs were scattered over this area. The infant...
It is believed that almost any of the infectious diseases may attack the central nervous system to produce encephalitis or myelitis. The following is a list of those mentioned: Typhoid fever, typhus fever, erysipelas, malaria, variola, measles, acute rheumatism, severe puerperal infections,...
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