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To meet a case of intussusception in a patient who has been operated on previously for the same condition has been considered an infrequent occurrence. The following cases of postoperative recurrence of intussusception seen within a very short time at Lebanon Hospital, New York, have,...
I. CHLORIDS IN HUMAN MILK
In discussions of the composition of human milk and of modifications of cow's milk, much stress is laid on the absolute and relative proportions of fats, carbohydrates and protein, but, as a rule, no mention is made of the concentration of...
The term "ichthyosis," derived from the Greek word [unk]χθύς (fish), has been used to designate keratosis, a condition in which the skin bears a fancied resemblance to the skin of fishes. It is, however, only in rare cases that the skin resembles...
During 1918, while studying the respiratory quotient of scorbutic infants, we decided for definite reasons to feed these infants with Keller's malt soup, a mixture containing 100 gm. of the so-called malt soup extract, which has made for itself a record of producing and never of curing...
Cases of congenital malformation of the esophagus are extremely rare, and many standard works on embryology, anatomy, pathology or pediatrics dismiss the subject with but a few words. In the large necropsy service of Bellevue Hospital, only one case has been recorded in the last sixteen...
This study was undertaken for the purpose of observing the reaction for indican in the urine of the new-born under physiologic conditions
Momidlowski1 tested for indican in the urine of three healthy infants between the ages of 10 and 12 days. He obtained intense reactions which...
Aneurysm of the thoracic aorta is a rare condition in children. I have been able to collect and review thirty-one cases from the literature, besides the two cases which I have to report.
There is a great diversity of opinion on this subject, mainly...
From the fact that most textbooks on diseases of children state that scurvy may occur on a diet of raw milk, the extreme rarity of the occurrence is, perhaps, not sufficiently appreciated. The only direct references to such cases that I have been able to find are in the classic report of...
This article supplements our previous paper on bodily mechanics in its relation to cyclic vomiting and other obscure abdominal conditions.1
In the first communication it was thought wise not to emphasize the abdominal support but to show the connection between poor bodi[ill]y...
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