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The function of the thymus gland is still, perhaps, little understood. Of late years, however, more or less general attention has been given it by clinical as well as experimental observers and a certain amount of circumstantial evidence is being recorded against it. At times the gland has...
The gonococcus, in the vulvovaginitis of little girls, infects not only the vulva, but the vaginal mucosa, the cervix, the external os, and not infrequently the urethra. Perrin1 believes that the gonococcus always infects the cervical canal. He describes the technic which he has used in the...
Abstract In studying the extensive literature of pylorospasm, one is impressed time and again by the striking uncertainty attending its diagnosis and the difficulty of differentiating this condition from organic stenosis and even from simple vomiting. Most writers on the subject have drawn...
In a previous paper1 we gave a rule for finding the percentage of total protein in milk from the percentage of casein. As printed it reads: "The percentage of casein multiplied by 1.4 will give the percentage of total protein..." This is incorrect and should read: "The percentage of casein...
In considering the therapeutics of cardiac conditions in children, one is rather surprised to find that therapeutic measures have either been handed down or accepted simply from pharmacological experimentation, which is not always an accurate estimate of the clinical value of any therapeutic...
This investigation was suggested by the accumulating evidence that there may be danger in a restricted dietary even when the latter is entirely satisfactory in total energy value and in the proportion of protein, fat, carbohydrates and essential salts present in it.1 Many of the proprietary...
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