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Acrocephaly, or tower head, is the term applied to that syndrome consisting of a dome-shaped skull, with characteristic Roentgen-ray findings, exophthalmos and optic nerve changes, associated with some minor abnormalities, such as a high, arched palate and deformities of the hands or...
Phenol was first found in normal urine by von Städeler1 in 1851. Since his day the phenols isolated from urine are phenol, paracresol, orthrocresol, pyrocatechin, hydroquinone, and para-oxybenzoic acid. The most important of these, according to Baumann,2 Mooser,3 and Siegfried and...
Hypodermoclysis as a means of replacing the loss of fluid which occurs in severe diarrhea, protracted vomiting or as a result of hemorrhage has been employed for a number of years with an increasing appreciation of its value in these conditions. Our studies of diarrheal stools showed...
Until very recently the terms acidosis and acetonuria have been used more or less as synonyms, but at the present time there is a tendency to use the term acidosis in a more general way and in a stricter chemical sense, as designating a condition in which there is a decreased alkaline...
Although we possess in orange juice a specific for infantile scurvy, it is well worth while to look about for other therapeutic agents which are potent in this disturbance. This is desirable from several points of view. In the first place, orange juice cannot be considered an ideal...
These cases are presented primarily because of the rarity of the same anomaly affecting all children of a family.
The method by which we have arrived at an approximate diagnosis of the nature of the causative factor is presented as a preliminary report.
The three boys,...
Due in part to the fact that a new method for the treatment of chorea, necessitating the frequent withdrawal of spinal fluid, has been used at the hospital1 we were fortunate enough, during the past year, to obtain for examination the spinal fluids from a rather large number of children....
In 1913 I published an article1 on some work done in regard to the relationship of salts in spasmophilia which was the result of experiments on dogs and of clinical observation. In that work I came to the following conclusions:
In dogs in which a hyperirritability of the nervous...
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