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The studies which we are carrying on at the Infants' Hospital in cases of chronic indigestion from fat do not yet include a sufficient number of cases to permit me to present a mass of statistical evidence from which positive conclusions can be drawn. It is difficult to accumulate evidence of...
It has been a matter of considerable surprise on going through medical literature to see how little has been written regarding the chemical composition of diarrheal as compared with normal stools. Stools of all varieties have been studied in many ways in great detail since the work of Uffelmann...
As is well known, immunity in diphtheria is generally incomplete and of short duration. Even an attack of this disease with consequent stimulation of the body cells with diphtheria toxin and the formation of homologous antitoxin and other antibodies does not confer for any considerable length of...
Blue-tinged sclerotics are not infrequently seen in infants and young children. In tuberculous patients also such a blue tinge may occasionally be noted. Congenital heart disease with marked cyanosis may be associated with blue sclerotics, and is largely due to venous congestion. In negro...
The problem of the diarrheal disorders of infancy, in spite of a tremendous amount of study, is by no means solved. A great step in advance has been the contribution of Finkelstein, who has described a large group of cases showing them to be caused by abnormal changes of the food within the...
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