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In reviewing literature relative to this subject, the writer has found a total absence of any authentic conclusions regarding the blood in infectious diarrhea. Starr,1 Whipham2 and Keating3 make no mention of the blood whatsoever. Taylor and Wells,4 Ashby and Wright,5 Carmichael6 and...
The pathology of the cerebrospinal fluid in cases of tuberculous meningitis has been the object of intense study in recent years. However, the diagnostic value of examinations of that fluid simply by chemical and cytologic methods is of only relative importance. The most reliable test is...
Congenital atresia of the tricuspid orifice is a rare condition and to make this anomaly compatible with life, it becomes necessary that there be patent foramen ovale or at least an opening in the interauricular septum and that the two ventricles communicate. Associated with these, there...
Though first described by Cruveilhier1 in 1829, cysts in the thymus of the new-born were first carefully studied by Dubois2 twenty-one years later. By this author they were considered abscesses, on account of their purulent contents, and as all of his cases were in infants who showed...
The relative position and histologic anatomy of the parathyroid glands, from early fetal life up to advanced age, have recently been studied by Thimm.1 His material was quite varied: neck organs from over a hundred...
In the article by Dr. Alfred F. Hess number, page 99, line 9, the specific Page 109, line 15, read "16 ounces," not on "Infantile Scurvy" in the January gravity should be 1.4 instead of 1.04. t "sixteen months."
The following experiments were carried out with the purpose of ascertaining the effect of various foods commonly used in infant feeding on the bacterial flora of the intestinal tract.
It was necessary to ascertain whether the number and variety...
Frequency.—From time to time reported cases of diabetes in childhood have been collected, the first such collection having been made by Kulz in 1878, and the last by Morse1 in 1913. There are now on record more than 1,000 cases, in which an equal distribution between boys and girls and...
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