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Cretinism was first correlated with endemic goiter by Paracelsus in the sixteenth century. Curling, in 1850, described cases of sporadic cretinism. It was recognized and described as a clinical entity in 1871 by Fagge. In the latter half of the nineteenth century, after the discovery of...
Most cases of acute nephritis in children follow, or occur coincidentally with, some acute infection elsewhere in the body, tonsillitis being, in our experience, the most frequent one encountered. The question naturally arises whether the kidney condition is produced by bacteria which...
In a previous paper1 an attempt was made to show, by means of experimental data that the intraperitoneal transfusion of freshly citrated blood is a method of distinct value. It was found that it was a safe procedure, simple in its application and clinically effective. It was proposed as...
The occurrence of polycystic disease of the kidneys in infancy is uncommon. Of the case reports in the literature, in only one1 are the phenolsulphonephthalein excretion and a partial chemical determination of the blood mentioned. The case herewith reported is, therefore, of special...
Poisoning by lead is a rare occurrence in early life, and is, therefore, seldom considered as a diagnostic possibility in young children. Although much has been written on the subject as it concerns older children, particularly in Australia, the condition is very rare in infants. The...
In view of the fact that a determination of the relative frequency with which bovine tuberculosis occurs in children of the same community has a very definite bearing upon the nature of the milk supply of that community, and also that, in some instances, the figures of other...
One of the conclusions reached as a result of the extensive study of calcium metabolism made in this laboratory1 was that young children have the best absorption of calcium when their intake of fat is at least 3.0 gm. for each kilogram, and when the amount of calcium in the diet is in...
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