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Since Oppenheim1 in 1900 first described this disease, case reports have gradually accumulated until at the time of writing 115 are on record, with 27 anatomic reports, including necropsies and muscle biopsies. A mass of clinical and pathologic material of these proportions appears to be...
Bacillary dysentery takes a heavy toll of the infants of large cities every summer. The disease is not spectacular, for it usually does not spread over large areas, but strikes at random here and there and passes by almost unnoticed. During a period of ten years, however, the case...
A recent and unusual case of high blood pressure in nephritis in a boy of 10 stimulated a review of the literature to ascertain the frequency with which, and to what degree, hypertension occurred in nephritis in children. Considering the attention blood pressure has received' in the...
ACUTE DISTURBANCES OF NUTRITION
Metabolism Studies in "Dyspepsie" and "Intoxikation."—Jundell1 has studied the fat, nitrogen and mineral metabolism in two cases of "Dyspepsie" and in two cases of "Alimentären Intoxikation." The four infants were quite young, their...
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