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In a former communication1 one of us reported a case of meningococcus meningitis treated with hexamethylenamin. This treatment was suggested by the work of Crowe,2 who showed that the drug appeared in considerable quantity in the cerebrospinal fluid shortly after administration. In the case...
Since Frölich's1 studies of the blood in pertussis in 1897, numerous investigations have been made which show that decided and definite changes occur in the blood as a result of this disease. For the sake of brevity, no attempt will be made at this time to include a review of the literature, the...
Tetany, in infants, has been recognized for many years as a disease entity evidenced by laryngospasm, respiratory spasm, muscular rigidity, contractures of the extremities, convulsions and even coma, and more recently by increased response to electrical and mechanical nervous stimulation. Many...
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