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Abstract With the introduction of simple and harmless methods for the determination of the presence or absence of tuberculous infection, our knowledge of the prevalence of tuberculosis has made immense strides. The work of von Pirquet, Schick, Hamburger, Ghon and many others has taught us that...
The Hypertonic Infant is a definite clinical entity. It is characterized by hypertonicity of all the skeletal muscles, as shown by the ability to raise the head and grasp objects even in the early days of life, and by general spasticity. The hollow viscera show increased activity of their smooth...
During a summer vacation one of us (R. G. H.) observed that a fat, lazy, overfed dog, after having been lost for three days, returned thinner, brighter and more alert and active in every way. At this time A. J. Carlson in his work on the physiology of hunger suggested that gastric contractions...
Enuresis may be caused by organic diseases and by malformations. The present discussion, however, has to do only with the incontinence of urine ordinarily seen in childhood.
In order to understand the treatment of this condition, it is necessary to know so far as possible the physiology of...
During the last fifteen years the occurrence of xanthochromia (yellow discoloration) of the cerebrospinal fluid has been noted by several observers. Sprunt and Walker1 have recently collected 100 examples from the literature which showed this condition. They have divided the cases with this...
In 1788 Hezekiah Beardsley, an American physician, published a report of a "Case of Scirrhus in the Pylorus of an Infant," which Professor William Osler, in 1903, identified as "congenital hypertrophic stenosis of the pylorus." This case report was republished under its newer title in Archives...
Although the standard works on embryology, anatomy, pathology and pediatrics seldom refer to the interesting condition of congenital obstruction of the small intestine, isolated case reports are not infrequent. In the large necropsy service of Bellevue Hospital during the past fourteen years,...
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