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The first electrical diagnoses of tetany in children were made on well marked clinical cases. The electrical values obtained in these were much lower than those found in children free from tetany. It was later discovered that some children who showed no clinical evidences of tetany gave...
Congenital lesions of the heart may be divided into three groups, which are more or less independent of each other. These groups are anomalies of position of the heart, lesions of the structures controlling rhythm and conduction, and malformations of the chambers or orifices of the heart. The...
Though the occurrence of diphtheria in the first year of life was noted by Bretonneau,1 who first gave the name to the disease, all authorities are agreed as to its rarity at this period. During the last fifteen years the percentage of diphtheria patients under one year admitted to the...
Diabetes insipidus may be divided into two types: (1) primary or idiopathic cases, including those cases in which there is no evident organic basis for the disease, and (2) symptomatic, including those cases in which some organic disease is present in the brain or elsewhere.
This study was undertaken primarily to determine, if possible, the parts which syphilis and bacterial infection play in the etiology of chorea. Several other subjects, such as the relative frequency of endocarditis and rheumatism in association with chorea and the frequency with which possible...
With regard to the mechanism of an infant's suction, many problems still remain unsolved. According to the studies by Burdach,1 Funke,1 Meissner,2 Allix3 and Herz,4 the negative pressure in an infant's oral cavity which is necessary for sucking milk is chiefly made by inspiratory action, while...
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