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Thyroid enlargements in this tropical portion of the world are met with more frequently in the white race than among the blacks.
During the past three and a half years, at the Board of Health Laboratories, Ancon, twenty-one specimens of thyroid glands showing large colloid cysts associated with...
The proteins of cow's milk have been the source of much interesting discussion and controversy among pediatricians. Theories as to their digestibility are changing almost yearly. Whey proteins advocated by Rotch have given place to the "whole proteins" of Czerny, Keller and Walls (which bring...
Until recently, duodenal ulcers have been considered rare in infancy and childhood. Since 1908, groups of cases have been published by several writers, and the increasing number of reports during the past three years indicates that the condition is not a very uncommon one. and that it has been...
The appearance of nervous troubles in the course of parotitis did not escape the attention of the older observers. Hamilton in 1758 recorded a case of death in a man of 22 years from meningitis complicating mumps; Astley Cooper the case of an infant who died after an illness of eight days;...
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