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The physician is rather frequently confronted with a type of infant, who, because of some nutritional disturbance, either fails to gain in weight, or the gain is so slight as to be almost negligible.
This condition of insufficient nutrition is sometimes called athrepsia. The...
One hundred and sixty-three Rammstedt operations were performed for hypertrophic stenosis of the pylorus at the Babies Hospital between Jan. 1, 1915, and July 1, 1919. In this number are included cases already reported by Holt,1 Downes2 and Kerley,3 together with a number of cases not...
The material for this work is taken from the social histories of 10,000 families which we have gathered in the course of ten years. The social status represented is that usually seen in a large city such as New York, in families in which the earning capacity in prewar times was from ten...
We have thus far made roentgen ray studies of sixty-six cases of chronic gastric intestinal disorders in children from 3 months to 15 years of age. The vast majority were between 3 and 6 years of age. Many roentgenograms were taken, in some instances as many as twenty, in order to...
MODE OF INFECTION
J. O. Cobb1 is of the opinion that tuberculous infection in man and animals is generally brought about by the ingestion method. He believes that even where the bacillus is planted on the respiratory mucous membrane by means of dried sputum or by...
In pursuance of studies on the coagulation time of blood in the new-born clinic of the pediatric department, University of Minnesota, there was found a host of methods from which to choose, none of which were particularly adapted to the work or gave dependable results.
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