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It has been previously shown by Ford and Pryor1 that milk heated to temperatures of from 80 to 85 C. for from twenty to thirty minutes undergoes a violent fermentation with the production of acids and the evolutions of gas when incubated at 37 C. This change is due primarily to the constant...
The rheumatic nodules that receive so much attention from British writers on rheumatism in children are almost universally considered a rare condition with us. In all our textbooks there is a striking uniformity of expression that these nodules are common in England, but are rarely seen in this...
Janet, T., aged 10 years, entered the pediatric service of the University Hospital, April 17, 1919, complaining of excessive appetite for water. Aside from an attack of measles when 6 years of age, and whooping cough at 7 years of age, she has always been well. Of late she has not been gaining...
During the last few years there has been a steadily increasing use of vegetable fats, especially nut butter, in the diet of children. This has been due chiefly to the scarcity and the greatly increased cost of milk and butter. Recently, vegetable fats have been used 'extensively both in the...
Involvement of the central nervous system during the course of mumps has been recognized for many years. In 1761, Hamilton1 reported a case in a young man who died on the second day of cerebral manifestations which had developed during an attack of mumps. Frenel,2 in 1812; Malabouche,3 in 1867;...
In this paper it is intended to show that contrary to most current opinion, involvement of the central nervous system in hereditary syphilis is relatively common, and that by statistical study there is no difference in the incidence of central nervous involvement in hereditary and in acquired...
During the epidemic of influenza prevalent in Baltimore in October, 1918, we had the opportunity to observe a series of cases in infants and children. It is our purpose to give a brief summary of the leukocyte counts in these cases, with some observations on their apparent relation to the...
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