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There has been no lack of investigation of the gastric secretion of infants. Shortly after the stomach tube was devised by Kussmaul it was carried into the field of pediatrics, first for therapeutic measures and considerably later for physiologic studies. In spite of many years of varied work in...
Although the advances in roentgenology of the internal organs during the past few years have been truly remarkable, developing it into a highly specialized division of medical science, comparatively little research work has been done in the department of pediatrics. This was apparently not due...
At first thought, urinary stone and especially stone in the kidney is a subject pertaining to adult life. The discovery of the condition, especially of renal stone, in an infant or small child provokes an additional interest and concern owing as well to the tender age of the patient as to its...
The uncertainty of the meaning of the cellular content in milk is apparently either a measure of the lack of differentiation of the cells occurring normally or abnormally in cow's milk, or it would seem to us, due to defective technic in the differentiation of those cells. The latter is shown by...
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