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The recent advances in our knowledge of the biology of the gastroenteric tract have been so great that it seems time to begin a study of the practical use which can be made of individual organisms. Prominent among these organisms in the intestine is the obligate member of the acidoduric group,...
The value of a food for an infant depends, in the broadest sense, on two factors: on the one hand, whether or not the food meets the requirements of the organism in furnishing sufficient energy and material for growth, and on the other, whether or not the food itself, or the substances derived...
That anaphylaxis has an important bearing on many of the fundamental problems of medicine is indicated by the numerous recent laboratory studies both in this country and abroad. A satisfactory explanation of the phenomena would doubtless clear up a large number of diseases, and this is...
To the Editor:
In the American Journal of Diseases of Children, June, 1911, I published, with Zeiler, a report of two cases of influenzal meningitis. We stated that Wollstein in her paper on the same subject (Am. Jour. Dis. Children, January, 1911) had failed to include one of her own cases in...
The requirements for an adult's nutrition under the most varying circumstances are definitely known. The amount of food that is necessary to keep him in a state of equilibrium when at rest, when exercising moderately and when undergoing the most violent exertions, has been determined with...
As would be naturally inferred from the title, this article deals almost exclusively with the acute scarlatinal sinus suppuration of childhood. If the rhinologist of to-day is to do his whole duty he must be alive to the fact that the exanthematous diseases of childhood, and particularly scarlet...
In using the term sepsis in scarlet fever I desire to be understood as referring to a set of clinical symptoms occurring forty-eight hours or longer after the onset of the disease, which are apparently due to the invasion of the body by organisms of the streptococcus group, which, up to the...
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