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The great importance of breast-feeding has long been known, but so far the subject has failed to secure its proper share of attention.
Advertisements of infant foods and an abundance of medical literature on scientific feeding of infants have lulled both mothers and physicians into a false sense...
The following case study is presented with the hope that it may illustrate how a regard for the opening pyloric reflexes may serve us in the medical cure of pyloric stenosis and pyloric spasm in young infants.
Methods used in the treatment of the present case are in no way new. It has been known...
For two years and a half, under the direction of Dr. William P. Lucas, the cases of vaginitis at the Children's Hospital in Boston have been treated at a special clinic. During the two years the individual cases have been studied and the attempt has been made to gain some progress in the...
In a paper recently published in this Journal,1 we reported on the pancreatic ferments of infants. For this study the duodenal catheter was employed and pancreatic juice was obtained for examination directly from the duodenum. It was therefore not necessary to have recourse to the previous...
For many years the subject of spasmophilia or infantile tetany has been of great interest to the pediatricians. The modern idea is that spasmophilia is a condition rather than a disease; that in the organism there is the latent possibility of the manifestation of active symptoms of this...
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