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The purpose of our work was the determination of the nonprotein nitrogen of the blood of infants, particularly of infants suffering from disorders of nutrition of the severer types. The blood was taken in quantities of 3 to 5 c.c. from the longitudinal sinus, following the directions of...
All regulations1 standardizing cow's milk for human consumption exclude its use for a period of time before parturition, the period varying from fifteen to sixty days. Standards of this character are based on the supposition that pregnancy influences the normal composition of milk; in...
On reviewing the literature pertaining to this subject one is impressed by the infrequency of the condition, and by the large percentage of the cases coming to necropsy undiagnosed.
Hirschfelder1 reports only three cases of 24,000 medical admissions to the Johns Hopkins Hospital,...
This review comprises the most important articles on vulvovaginitis in children which have appeared during the past five years, with the exception of a few in foreign magazines to which we did not have access. Articles which consisted merely of a general description of the disease...
The conception of an ascending route of infection in cystitis of infancy has heretofore largely rested on the unproved assumption of a constantly contaminated urethral tract. Such a hypothesis served to explain the predominance of cystitis in female infants. Helmholz and Beeler1 in a...
From time to time the need has arisen in our hospital work of having figures for the nitrogen partition in the urine of normal children, as a basis for comparison with figures obtained from patients with pathologic conditions. While there is no reason to presuppose that such figures...
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