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The relationship of bacteria to the acute intestinal diseases of infancy is a study that has attracted many workers and yet to-day the problem is far from being answered in a satisfactory manner. Several reasons exist for the indefiniteness of the views that are held at the present time, chief...
In recent times the rôle of the carbohydrates in infant feeding has received marked attention. Whether the importance they have assumed in the minds of some in the pathology of nutritional disturbances is justified must be decided by future study.
For years the adjustment of the carbohydrate...
The nutrition of the new-born infant is not a new subject, and the diseases of the digestive tract and the intestinal disturbances of infancy, we may assume, are as old as the race.
It has been thought that on this occasion an historical retrospect of gastro-intestinal disorders would be of...
There have been cared for in the first surgical service at the German Hospital of Brooklyn (1900-1912) 183 patients with appendicitis under the age of 12 years. Two patients, moribund on admission, were not operated on and died. In two interval cases the patients were operated on and recovered....
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