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Oppenheim1 described in 1900 a remarkable disease in children the chief symptom in which is a hypotonia or even atonia of the muscles, combined with a corresponding diminution of the tendon reflexes. There is limitation of active movement varying in degree. In the most marked cases the...
In the year 1892 Mikulicz1 described a new disease, characterized by chronic, bilateral, painless enlargement of the lacrimal and salivary glands. In the cases which formed the basis of his report the blood was normal and there was no involvement of the lymph-nodes or spleen. The histologic...
At the last meeting of the Association of American Physicians a year ago Dr. Christian A. Herter presented a paper on intestinal infantilism, a definite condition which he recognized, analyzed, and, after exhaustive study, published with a very complete description of its characteristics....
Considerable interest was recently aroused by the report of Vipond1 regarding the specific organism of scarlet fever. The author claims to have secured a rapidly-growing spore-forming bacillus from the lymphatic glands of seven consecutive patients with scarlet fever. The injection of broth...
The purpose of this paper is not to go into the details of the care and treatment of premature infants. It is rather to give such practical points and conclusions as have been arrived at after a study of the histories and development of the present series of seventeen cases, which have been...
The differences in the digestibility and availability of human and cow's milk by infants, according to Finkelstein and Meyer,1 are not due to qualitative differences in the constituents of the milk. Casein causes no disturbances of digestion. Fat and sugar have no pathologic action unless the...
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