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A scrutiny of the extensive data obtained from the metabolic study of infants in a state of chronic malnutrition reveals the fact that the fundamental condition is a lack of utilization by the organism of nourishment. Despite the high calorific value of the diet, there is no increase in body...
The Diplocuccus intracellularis was identified as the specific excitant of epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis by Weichselbaum in 1887. The procedure of lumbar puncture as a means of obtaining cerebrospinal fluid and attaining an etiologic diagnosis in cases of meningitis was introduced by Quineke...
Through the work of many observers it has been definitely established as a clinical fact that the blood-pressure of patients with tuberculosis is reduced considerably below normal. Most of the observations on record, however, have been made on adults and but few on children. Strandgaard's1...
There have been reported from time to time in European cities certain epidemics more or less associated with the milk-supply. Some of these epidemics have had a clinical picture which is more or less characteristic and which has been called by the English observers septic sore throat. The report...
Charpentier's treatise on the various types of hemoglobinuria is so concise and reviews the literature so thoroughly to the date of its publication that it would be futile to go over the details here. He describes paroxysmal hemoglobinuria as follows:
It usually attacks men (women are seldom...
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