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Etiology.—The concensus of opinion is one expressed by Winchell and Stillman1 in discussing the relationship of B. influenzæ to epidemic influenza. He believes that no matter what the etiologic relationship is, there can be no doubt about its importance as...
In a preceding paper on calcium metabolism was considered the absorption of calcium by infants taking modifications of cow's milk and the excretion of calcium in relation to the excretion of fat in their stools. In this paper we discuss the calcium metabolism of older children taking a...
About one year ago1 I described an apparatus for puncture of the superior longitudinal sinus. This consisted of a needle 4 cm. long, with obturator, which fitted into a rectangular block 3 cm. in thickness, thereby allowing 1 cm. of needle to project. By means of a set screw, the needle...
This condition was first described by Vorlik in 1849. Up to 1906. 140 cases had been reported. So many names have been used in the description of bone abnormalities in infants that an uncertainty remains as to just what is meant in some of these descriptions. For example, Lovett and...
In reviewing the literature that has appeared on the subject of dilatation of the colon in children one is struck by the lack of definiteness pertaining to this condition. The various theories put forth endeavoring to point out the etiology of this abnormality are but a frank admission...
In almost all the studies of renal function in nephritis patients have been utilized in whom the nephritis was an established condition. A few experimental studies have attempted to correlate functional changes with the type of lesion produced by the injection into lower animals of...
Until a comparatively recent time, the disease characterized by the formation of multiple cartilaginous exostoses was thought to be a rare affection. Gibney1 reported the first case in this country in 1875, and in the following year recorded the occurrence of the disease in several...
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