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The occurrence of a reducing substance in the urine of infants affected with gastro-enteric or nutritional disorders has long been recognized. Grosz1 examined the urine of fifty breast fed infants and the urine of ten reduced Trommer's and Nylander's solutions. In no case did the urine...
The "impulse to grow" is being recognized as a very interesting and important phenomenon in the study of infancy and childhood. The growth in utero seems to be divided into two well defined parts; that of the first six months, and that of the last three months. Of the first period, not...
The ever persistent effort of nature unassisted to return successive progeny more and more to a normal constitution by combating interceding infections and other adverse influences, is an old and well known fact, especially well known in the course of syphilis. In congenital syphilis...
Electrocardiography is that phase of cardiography which deals with the direction, the time relations and the magnitude of the "action currents" of the heart.1 It does not register the strength of the contraction of the heart muscle, but it is merely the expression of the electrochemical...
It is an established fact that the fat soluble vitamin is necessary in the ration. Drummond1 reported a lowered resistance to infection in rats deprived of this vitamin. He found, however, no specific pathologic change on gross examination of grown or half grown rats. Emmett2 states also...
The case reported herewith is of interest first, because of the etiology, and, secondly, because of the satisfactory end result of conservative treatment.
REPORT OF CASE
History.—An infant, 5 days old, was seen in consultation for gangrene of the toes of the...
The following observations were made at a time when we were very much interested in the subject of fever in infants, which we were studying from another standpoint. The idea advanced by Balcar, Sansum and Woodyatt1 that there might be a direct connection between a reduction of the water...
In an article published in 1917,1 a group study was presented showing the results of one hundred physical and mental examinations of so-called well children made at the Little Wanderers' Home in Boston. This report includes the children in the former study, together with 145 additional...
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