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The chemical examination of the blood has yielded such valuable information in the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of constitutional diseases in the adult that it has seemed worth while to present the data on infants and children which we have been collecting during the past five years....
As the facts concerned with child development become collaborated into a more exact and unified body of scientific knowledge, it will become easier to understand tendencies to perversion from the normal that may appear at any point in the child's developmental progress. The ultimate attainment...
The work discussed in this paper was undertaken with the view of determining, first, whether there are any chemical and physicochemical changes in the cerebrospinal fluid of meningism in addition to the physical changes very apparent in every case; and second, whether the chemical and...
About ten years have passed since Mantoux and Moussu1 in France, and Mendel2 in Germany, first called attention to the value of the intradermal method of eliciting cutaneous hypersensitiveness, although in 1903 Mendel established the fact that, if in giving tuberculin intravenously a portion...
Interference with absorption of the cerebrospinal fluid in acute meningitis may be brought about by an exudate so localized that it obstructs the foramen of Magendie and the foramina of Luschka, or the exudate may block, partially or completely, the cisternae (magna, interpeduncularis and...
From time immemorial substitutes for human milk have been sought in the mammary secretions of other animals. The inadequacy of such substitutes has been made apparent by the distinctly higher incidence of disease and death among artificially fed babies. Early attempts were directed toward the...
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