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During the past year we have had opportunity to make a series of quantitative determinations of the reducing power of various specimens of normal and pathologic cerebrospinal fluid, and also to carry out certain observations concerning the nature of the reducing substance. The...
During the past few years at the St. Louis Children's Hospital it has been our custom to follow all cases of syphilis coming for treatment, and in addition to investigate the remainder of each patient's family in regard to the occurrence of syphilitic infection. In this paper some of the results...
Charts give one in the easiest and quickest way a fund of information concerning a case. In many febrile diseases valuable impressions are often gained if the whole course of the temperature is before one's eyes. This applies to diseases of long duration, such as diabetes mellitus, if it can be...
Since the first accurate description of pachymeningitis hemorrhagica interna by Virchow1 in 1856, observers have differed in their views regarding the exact nature of this condition. Virchow believed that the membrane formation on the inner surface of the dura precedes the hemorrhage. Huguenin2...
The term "pleuresie parapneumonique" was first proposed by Lemoine1 in 1893, to describe the occurrence of fluid in the pleural cavity coincident with pneumonia. He pointed out the fact that the occurrence of fluid in the chest during the early part of an attack of pneumonia is more frequent...
The experimental work involved in this report is the result of an attempt to determine the comparative nutritive efficiency of milk heated to different temperatures. There is considerable evidence in the literature to the effect that scurvy among infants may be caused by feeding cooked milk...
Recently three children were presented at the Children's Dispensary of Schenectady. Two were, to all outward appearances, of the Mongolian type. The third, a twin of the younger, apparently perfectly normal.
The father and mother are seemingly healthy Italians, not of the lowest class. There had...
The case we are to report is of interest both to the clinician and to the surgeon. Our main reasons for presenting same are twofold: first, on account of the rarity of these cases, and, second, because there were no objective manifestations of trauma.
Kuster, in 7,741 injuries at...
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