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Through the painstaking researches of a great number of workers, we have come into possession of much information concerning the action of foreign protein when injected into animals subcutaneously, intraperitoneally or intravenously. The forms of protein most carefully studied are those of the...
There are comparatively few data on the creatin-creatinin content of the blood, as it was not until 1914 that a satisfactory method for its determination was devised by Folin.1 At the same time Folin and Denis2 reported the results of a number of determinations in adults with different clinical...
Because of past experiences in finding that the organisms of diphtheria may be present in the larynx and absent in cultures taken from the nose and throat, or positive in the nose and absent in the throat, and so on, at the suggestion of Dr. Cowie I have made a number of observations with this...
The existence of the condition termed chorea has been well known ever since the Middle Ages. For centuries the medical profession has endeavored to treat it satisfactorily, as well as to explain its etiology. The results so far have been disappointing. Sedatives, such as bromids and chloral, the...
In two previous papers1 on this subject it was shown that pasteurized milk, that is, milk heated to 145 F. for thirty minutes, gradually induces infantile scurvy, unless antiscorbutic diet is given in addition. The fact that this disorder quickly yielded to the substitution of raw for...
In the July issue, p. 30, the heading "Electrocardiographic Studies of Congenital Heart Disease, Hugh McCulloch, Assistant in Pediatrics, George Washington University Medical School, Washington, D. C.," should have been "Assistant in Pediatrics, Washington University Medical School, St. Louis."
Studies of the glands of internal secretion have shown that the thyroid gland has a very profound effect on the energy metabolism. An overproduction of the active element of the gland increases the irritability of the nervous apparatus and raises the metabolism, while an underproduction reduces...
This investigation has been undertaken to determine the relative value of various methods in use in the examination of the cerebrospinal fluid in sundry affections of the central nervous system of children.
The differentiation of true meningitis from serous meningitis by means of...
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