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The widespread interest lately aroused in the prevalence and degree of malnutrition among school children makes it desirable to examine anew the facts of normal growth in this class of our population. The existence of undernourishment or malnutrition presupposes a normal standard which...
It is well recognized that a part of the poisons absorbed by the blood is excreted in the gastro-intestinal tract and produces a certain effect on its mucous membrane. However, systematic histologic experiments concerning these effects are lacking, and especially as regards the...
The value of the superior longitudinal sinus as a route for venipuncture for therapeutic and diagnostic purposes in young infants has recently been established. This procedure is now generally accepted as safe and practical. Tobler1 was the first to study the anatomic relations of the...
It is not unusual for practitioners in our section to see malaria in its various expressions among children and adults, but it is unusual to note this particular malady in infants under 6 months of age. Medical literature has not given us many references concerning the signs and symptoms...
EMBRYOLOGY AND ANATOMY
Anomalies and Malformations.—In a recent paper by the late Prof. Franklin P. Mall63 it is calculated that the ratio of abortions to full-term births is about 1 to 4. And also that the frequency of localized anomalies in abortions is 7.5 per...
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