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Most observers who have written on the subject of infantile tetany connect the cause with a disturbance of the calcium metabolism, the greater number believing it to be due to a deficiency of calcium in the tissues. The intimate association of rickets and tetany, in the former of which...
The chemistry of the blood of the normal new-born has been studied in only a few cases, largely because of the difficulty of obtaining blood in sufficient amounts for the analysis of more than one constituent. Howland and Marriot1 have shown that the values for calcium are essentially...
During the past seven years, I have had opportunity to study 122 cases of allergy in children. Observations derived from the study of these cases and animal experiments pertaining to the subject seem of sufficient importance to report. Despite the relative newness of the subject, the...
Fordyce's disease is a chronic disease of the mucous membrane of the mouth and lips which is characterized by the presence "of whitish or yellowish, scanty or abundant, discrete, aggravated and often coalescent miliumlike bodies, occuring more especially on the inside of the mouth,...
At the Babies' Hospital there are patients with respiratory diseases in the wards at all seasons. The number commences to increase during the latter part of September and during October, rises steadily during November and December, reaches the highest point in January, remains high...
So far as I can ascertain from the literature available, no other case of this rare measles complication has been observed in this country. Henoch's 1 description of the only case he ever saw corresponds in nearly every detail with the following case:
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Case 1.—W. D., a boy, 4½ months old, was admitted to the service of Dr. Gittings at the Children's Hospital, Oct. 10, 1919, having had four convulsions in the preceding twelve hours, and fever and diarrhea for one week. The family history revealed...
Of the many innovations and ingenuities for which the war was responsible, none are more interesting than those which were devised and forced into practice in the attempt adequately to feed the peoples of belligerent countries on a reduced food supply. There have recently come to this...
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