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About four years ago I undertook a study of icterus neonatorum by means of the duodenal catheter,1 for it seemed as if a method of obtaining bile at the site of entry into the intestine offered advantages over methods hitherto employed. Accordingly a considerable number of infants, some 124 in...
Although 144 cases of secondary hypertrophic osteo-arthropathy have been reported, only seven of these occurred in children. The following case, therefore, seems worthy of being reported:
REPORT OF CASE
—B. B., aged 11½. There is no history of tuberculosis or syphilis in the family....
Acrocephalosyndactylie (Apert), acrosphenodactylie (Maygrier) or acrocephalosyndactylism, was first described by Troquart1 in 1886. Since the first description there have been ten other cases noted, namely, those of Beno2 in 1886, Galippe and Magnan3 in 1892. Wheaton,4 two cases, in 1894,...
The exhaustive work and intensive studies made in the last decade on the subject of pyloric stenosis has been productive of an almost complete understanding of the disease. The age and sex incidence is typical, the symptom complex is unusually constant, the differential diagnosis affords few...
This study was undertaken because of the difference of opinion which prevails as to what constitutes D'Espine's sign, and because of my impressions that D'Espine's sign is much less often present in the children of the well-to-do than in those of the hospital class, and that, when present in...
As a part of general study of the urine of normal children under different dietetic conditions, a number of urines were studied to determine whether or not ketones and betahydroxybutyric acid were present, and if so, in what quantities. Although discussions of acidosis in childhood, and...
Owing to the frequency of diphtheria and the comparative ease of making bacteriologic examinations in this disease, the laboratory has been freely used as an aid in its diagnosis and management, so that the bacteriology may be considered one of the best developed subjects in the domain of...
The practical value that the Schick reaction1 has acquired in the diagnosis of susceptibility or immunity to diphtheria makes it desirable to say a few words about the toxin used in the test, the overneutralized or the heated toxin used in the control test, about the technic of the test, and...
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