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The manifestation of a neurosis of such extreme grade and in many ways of such unusual character, as occurred in the case of the child herewith presented, seems well worth recording.
Lewis G., aged 8, schoolboy, complains of vomiting and "water brash."
—Two or three times a week for...
By way of review it may be said the knowledge that has come to us through the biochemic reactions which take place when horse-serum is injected into the body has compelled us materially to alter our conception of the incubation period. Formerly we contented ourselves with the belief that the...
The practice of adding sodium citrate to milk used as infant food has been common for many years. It has found application especially in the treatment of certain types of "feeding-cases" in which untreated milk, after entering the stomach, forms abnormally large chunks of tough curd, shown by...
The prevailing views on gastric digestion in infants may, I believe, be fairly stated by quoting from a recent text-book on pediatrics:1
The opinion has been steadily gaining ground that the function of the stomach is largely that of a reservoir.......The only part of the food acted on in the...
—H. R., a boy aged 7, was admitted to the German Hospital July 17, 1913. The patient was born in Germany. He had been in the United States for the previous two years. He was breast fed for only a few days. He began to walk at one year, and, according to his parents, developed normally...
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