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The occurrence of jaundice within the first few days of life has, as might be expected, stimulated repeated investigation. The theories advanced to account for this striking phenomenon have been most ingenious, but being based quite as much on speculation as on fact, they have proved...
To the Editor:
—In the November number of your journal in an article entitled "The Use of Malt Sugar and High Percentages of Casein in Infant Feeding," Dr. Morse claims to have treated cases of nutritional disturbance in infants with a mixture based on the principles of eiweissmilch, and is not...
It is the general impression of those who have treated children with pneumonia out of doors, or in cold rooms with good ventilation, that, in addition to the increased quiet of the patients and their greater tendency to sleep, the circulatory system is not so profoundly affected and stimulation...
The present comparative study of throat and milk streptococci was undertaken with the object of establishing a method for distinguishing between organisms isolated from these two sources. Much confusion has existed as to the relationships within this genus. The introduction of the biometric...
Abstract The tonsils have attracted many investigators, but the results of the investigations are unsatisfactory and often contradictory. Connected by many in a very direct way with local disease elsewhere as well as with systemic disturbances, it is especially necessary because of the...
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