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That the deforming types of arthritis have been existing from earliest historic times can scarcely be doubted. In mummies exhumed from Roman tombs, the disease has been definitely recognized, as is, for example, described by Moore.1 In the treatise of Sudhoff,2 however, the declaration...
PART I. INFANTS TAKING MODIFICATIONS OF COW'S MILK
Recently a large number of stools from children who were receiving food of a varied character were collected for a study of fat metabolism of infants and young children. In nearly all of this material total ash and...
The object of this paper is to show the incidence of protein sensitization in the normal child. Subsequent papers will show the incidence of sensitization in asthmatic and eczematous patients in comparison with the normal.
This study of protein sensitization in its relationship...
During the past two years, through the courtesy of Dr. Chevalier Jackson, I have had an opportunity of seeing in children a comparatively large number of cases of foreign bodies in the air passages, and a much smaller number of cases of foreign bodies in the food passages. I feel much...
Cases of auriculoventricular dissociation in children that have been studied and described are summarized in the accompanying table. The case to be described in the present paper is also included. It would seem from the relatively small number of cases that a search of the literature has...
During the past few years there have come under our observation fifteen cases of abscess of the lungs in young individuals. They are included in a series of 100 cases occurring at all ages which were previously recorded by one of us (H. W.). However, because of their special interest to...
It has been established by numerous qualitative studies that acetone bodies are found in the urine of patients with infectious diseases. But few quantitative studies have been made in regard to this point, and these by early and rather imperfect analytical methods. As a part of a general...
These cases are reported partly because of the rarity of the condition and partly because the symptoms, although very characteristic, are usually misinterpreted and attributed to some other disease.
REPORT OF CASES
Case 1 (No. 19217).—A boy was admitted to...
Significance of Striations in Muscle.—Lewis,1 in some studies on the cells of heart muscle from very young chick embryos, arrives at some conclusions that are of far reaching application. She finds it possible to study with satisfaction the living cells of...
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