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Extensive bacteriologic studies of pneumonias among adults have established certain cardinal facts.
Lobar pneumonia is caused by the pneumococcus—either by one of three fixed biologic types, designated arbitrarily as Types I, II and III, or by...
The study of the respiratory exchange in a case of biliary atresia was undertaken to see whether the presence of large quantities of unabsorbed fat in the intestine had any influence on the absorption of carbohydrate. It is held by many that fat is the fons et origo mali of many cases of...
Although an extensive literature has accumulated on the diagnostic significance of protein sensitization tests in certain disease conditions, no attempt has hitherto been made to examine a large number of normal children for possible potential anaphylactic cases; nor have we been able to...
During the past year I have observed several cases of an unusual nature occurring in infants. These cases were characterized by an acute illness, with high fever, lasting from three to four days. The temperature then fell quickly to normal, and with the subsidence of the fever an...
The reports of Eddy and Roper1 and Daniels and Byfield2 on the effect of adding substances containing the antineuritic vitamin3 to the diets of artificially fed infants suggests that at least part of the difficulty in feeding these babies is due to a too low concentration of the...
INTRODUCTORY AND HISTORICAL
In 1898 Babinski1 called attention to the plantar reflex as a diagnostic sign in lesions of the pyramidal tracts of the spinal cord. The reflex which he called le phenoméne des orteils consists, as is now so well known, of the plantar...
Pehu and Chalier (1908, 1914 and 1915) from an extensive study of congenital tuberculosis accept only fifty-one cases as definitely proven. In the analysis of these cases they conclude that the father plays no part in the transmission, all the cases being the result of transplacental...
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