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Ita P. appeared in the orthopedic outpatient department of the Children's Hospital for treatment because of a "bunch" on her back. As usual, a roentgen-ray examination was made. The plates showed widely separated vertebral bodies with a peculiar...
If at one stroke all dairy products were rendered inaccessible to the people of the United States, it would be considered one of the greatest calamities that could befall the country and probably thousands of children would die of starvation. Yet this is the very condition that has...
The tolerance of individuals to sugar has been determinedpreviously by testing how much could be given by mouth or how much could be injected at one time subcutaneously or intravenously before sugar appeared in the urine. It was recognized that these methods were open to objections. In...
When the substitution of a food containing cow's milk for a food not containing it is followed by vomiting and diarrhea, with perhaps other symptoms, it is easy to assume an idiosyncrasy which causes all food containing cow's milk, however intelligently administered, to act like a...
REPORT OF CASE
Dorothy C. was admitted into my service at the Touro Infirmary May 2, 1919. She had been ill two days prior to admission and was sent to the institution by a physician with the diagnosis of "locked bowels."
Past History.—She was four months...
THE HEART AND AORTA
The study of the normal heart action is attracting an increasing amount of interest. Keith1 calls attention to the fact that the heart functionally consists of a central pump, the left ventricle, with three subsidiary loading pumps, the right and...
In the paper by Edwards A. Park, M.D., and Roy D. McClure, M.D., Baltimore, on the "Results of Thymus Extirpation in the Dog, with a Review of the Experimental Literature on Thymus Extirpation," published in the issue of November, 1919, after the word "growth" at the end of the tenth...
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