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In a previous paper1 we called attention to the fact that the blood serums of children consuming milk from cattle infected with contagious abortion often contain antibodies against Bacillus abortus.
Contagious abortion of cattle has been known to stockmen and dairymen the world over for the past...
The frequent presence in milk of Bacillus abortus, the causative agent of contagious abortion of cattle and its pathogenicity for, or at least its ability to cause abortion in, many species of animals, raises the question whether it may not be infectious for man. Mohler and Traum1 tested the...
"The duration of pulmonary consumption in children varies; but it is generally more rapid with them than with adults, as in a large proportion of cases the tubercular disease commences in young subjects in the bronchial glands, and remains often for a considerable time unnoticed especially when...
There were in all 116 children examined, 58 boys and 58 girls. Von Pirquet reactions were made on all cases with old tuberculin and bovine tuberculin. Whenever a positive reaction was present for one, it was also present for the other. There were no exceptions to this rule.
Of the 58 boys, 20...
The more frequently it has become necessary to obtain sufficient blood from infants for various diagnostic purposes in recent years, the more evident is the fact that the various methods of obtaining it are unsatisfactory. The method of scarification gives tissue juice in addition to blood and...
The problem of determining the optimum quantity of protein necessary for the growing organism has been the subject of numerous observations. The result of feeding to an infant large quantities of protein over a prolonged period has not been studied to the extent it deserves and it was with a...
The nonprotein nitrogen fraction of the blood has for some time been the object of considerable study. This is due partly to the recognized intimate bearing it has on protein metabolism of the tissues, particularly the problem of the fate of protein digestion in the body, and partly due to the...
The value of protein milk in disturbances of infantile digestion is appreciated in this country only by the comparatively small number who have used it extensively. It has not yet found its way into general practice and it is in general use in only a few of our hospitals. Many have been deterred...
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