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Acute syphilitic meningitis has been recognized as a clinical entity since the year 1855,1 but it was not until 19022 that the changes in the spinal fluid of this disease were observed. Ravaut,3 writing in 1903, took the ground that syphilis in the secondary stage was a true septicemia, the skin...
Preceding the development of toxic symptoms in intestinal intoxication1 there is pronounced diarrhea, vomiting and diminished ingestion of fluid, the relative importance of which varies in different cases. In the acute stage of the symptoms the excretion of urine is greatly diminished, and at...
Cases of polycystic kidney observed in infancy, with necropsy findings, are still sufficiently rare to justify the report of the following case.
REPORT OF CASE
—E. S., of Syrian parentage, born July 1, 1916, of healthy parents. There were several other children in the family who were...
There is yet much to learn about the baby's digestive apparatus. Any knowledge added, no matter how small in amount, will bring us nearer the desired goal of maximum information. This work was undertaken by us on account of the scarcity of reports especially concerning the motility of the...
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