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Merorachischisis is a partial defect in vertebrae in which there exists no hernial protrusion. Though this condition is also known as spina bifida occulta, the latter term is perhaps more applicable to the defect which is accompanied by a small or an invisible hernia. The deficiency may occur in...
In a recently published series of blood-cultures in children1 note was made of a case of bacteriemia due to B. diphtheriae. The chief interest in the case lies in the bacteriological findings—cases of true diphtheria septicemia being extremely rare—but the condition is none the less instructive...
WITH OBSERVATIONS ON THE PROTEIN METABOLISM OF INFANTS FED ON PROTEIN MILK, BY B. RAYMOND HOOBLER, A.M., M.D.
From the time of its first introduction by Finkelstein and Meyer, protein milk has been the subject of much experimental use and many reports have appeared by those employing it as an...
The original experiments detailed in this paper were undertaken for the purpose of determining whether a child fed on relatively high protein food was able to absorb large quantities of nitrogen and to what extent it retained and utilized such food element in building up its tissues.
In the management of gonococcus vulvovaginitis, one is frequently unable to determine whether or not a particular case is cured. The examination of smears is inconclusive; the gonococcus is often undemonstrable, especially in chronic discharges, and even if Gram-negative diplococci are seen...
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