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The diversity of opinion among pediatricians concerning the digestion of protein has led to much discussion, and although certain phases of the question have been cleared up, there still remains much to explain. Recently Mendel and his co-workers have attacked the problem from a new angle in...
The problem of pyelocystitis in infancy and childhood has become more and more important as our knowledge of the frequency of the infection has increased, and the possible serious consequences that it may entail. A few facts regarding pyelocystitis have been pretty well established, namely, that...
Reliable statistics on the frequency of a given disease are dependent on two factors: study of large groups of individuals, accuracy of diagnosis. Students of such a problem may compile their statistics from critical analysis of the literature and from their own personal observations. In these...
Even a casual reading of modern textbooks shows a marked and irreconcilable variation in the descriptions of infantile syphilis. It seems wiser, therefore, to write only of such portions of the subject as have come within personal experience, rather than to attempt a finished treatise, which...
RELATION OF LATE TO EARLY SYPHILIS
The division between early and late hereditary syphilis is largely arbitrary, but, in general, the term "late" is applied to those manifestations which are analogous to the tertiary and quarternary symptoms of acquired syphilis. Having the division on such a...
In studying the symptoms of congenital syphilis, it is noted that many of the classical symptoms exist in cases which are not syphilitic, and the reverse is also true that cases of syphilis are seen with but few of the classical symptoms. For some time in observing these symptoms one of us...
The status of the treatment of hereditary syphilis is today not wholly unlike that of adult syphilis. Up to seven or eight years ago mercury and its salts and potassium iodid had for four hundred years or more done fairly well in all except the very severe cases, in which the patient died. The...
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