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The tonsil as a portal of entry for the tubercle bacillus has been a subject of considerable inquiry and conjecture. That the primary lesion in some forms of tuberculosis, notably in many cases of cervical lymphadenitis, may be located in the faucial tonsil has been considered probable for some...
The work of Ylippo, in 1914, was a stimulus to the study of this subject in new-borns. He claims to have found (1) that the human organism at birth is in a state of "physiologic acidosis"; (2) that the blood shows an "acidotic constitution" (he having found the PH of the blood to be as low as...
From the time of Loeffler's discovery of the diphtheria bacillus in 1884, its staining has been a matter of great interest. Many special staining methods have been devised all of which have aimed at making the diagnosis of diphtheria easier and more definite.
For some time, Loeffler's methylene...
For a long time it has been known that green vegetables and the juice of certain fresh fruits protect man against scurvy. These materials have been shown to be potent not only in a curative way, but also as preventive agents. Of the whole list of foods which protect against this...
While much has been written concerning the digestion of protein by the gastro-intestinal tract of the infant and many investigations of a chemical nature have been made for the determination of the presence of protein in the infant stool, still no extensive effort has been made, so far as we can...
The development of the various parts of the mammary gland will be discussed in the following order: Mammary streak, mammary line, mammary hillocks, milk ducts, formation of lumen, new-born secretion, puberty changes, changes from puberty to the first pregnancy, the stroma, the nipple,...
McClure and Sauer1 emphasized the fact that in the study of the relation of summer heat to infant mortality the heat regulatory power of the infant has not received its due consideration. It is evident that a number of factors are at work to maintain a proper heat balance; on the one side such...
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