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No extended review of the literature on the chemistry of woman's milk will be attempted in this paper. The reader is referred for this to a résumé by Nothmann1 in 1912 and another by Talbot2 in 1914. Quite large series of analyses have been made by many observers in which only a determination of...
Since epidemic meningitis was first described as "spotted fever" a great deal of just criticism has been directed against the term. Even the earliest writers admit that skin manifestations occur in a comparatively small percentage of the cases—too small, indeed, to justify the use of the title....
Some years ago Czerny gave the name of "Exudative Diathesis" to a group of symptoms characterized by an exudation into the skin and mucous membranes. The skin of infants suffering from exudative diathesis shows some form of eczema, varying in grade from a very mild seborrhea to extensive...
Introduction by H. J. Gerstenberger
In 1910, the physiologist, Friedenthal1 again picked up the threads which led to the ideal set up by the pediatrist Biedert a generation ago; namely, to the production of an artificial milk similar in all its important characteristics to the best food for the...
The total nonprotein nitrogen of the blood has not been studied in children, so far as we are aware, and the urea of the blood has been determined only by the somewhat crude hypobromite method, to which, as Rowntree and Fitz1 have shown, an error of from 10 to 60 per cent. attaches. We have...
What one does not look for one does not see. This is well illustrated in the case of the oral manifestations of measles. The disease is extremely common; numerous careful observers have examined innumerable patients and still the significance of certain manifestations for a long time escaped...
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