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Previous research by ourselves and others (summarized by Jackson and Stewart,1 1918) has shown that in young animals underfed for various periods remarkable changes occur in the weights of the various organs and parts of the body. There is also evidence indicating that similar changes occur in...
Abnormalities of the urinary tract of children, apparently, are not prevalent.1 But accurate methods of diagnosis are almost universally neglected. The majority of these little patients are unable to describe their symptoms or to indicate the type and degree of their suffering. When indications...
In a previous work1 attention was called to the fact that the postnatal development of the milk ducts probably depends to some extent on the body weight of the animal. The present work is an attempt to show: (1) to what extent the postnatal development of the milk ducts may be altered by changes...
In December, 1914, at the suggestion of Dr. J. P. Sedgwick, who offered his material in the University Hospital (Minnesota), the writer began making measurements of new-born infants. This work was pursued until May, 1917, and in all, 250 infants, 125 of each sex, were measured. No attempt was...
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