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The epidemic of influenza which visited New York City during the months of September and October, 1918, afforded unusual opportunity to the clinician to study the disease in all its various phases. Unusual, and even rare symptoms, complications and types of the disease were seen, if not for the...
The importance of an accurate knowledge of the anatomy of the stomach in early life has long been appreciated as is evidenced by the numerous publications on the subject. In recent years, particularly, our concepts of the form and position of the infant's stomach have been entirely recast by the...
In a previous article of a series of studies on the fat metabolism of infants and young children we have reported the results of the examination of stools of breast fed infants. In the present paper are presented the results of the study of a large number of stools of infants fed on cow's milk...
Owing to the prevalence of infantile scurvy and hereditary syphilis, it would seem that the association of these two diseases should not be rare. In view of the scant reference to this possibility in the available literature, it occurred to me that the report of such a case might prove of...
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