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Abstract MODE OF INFECTION J. W. Allan1 is of the opinion that antenatal tuberculosis is more common than is generally believed and that many children are born with "seeds" of the disease lying latent which at a later period of life give rise to manifest tuberculosis. He thinks the placenta...
Since the publication of the paper by Blackfan and Maxcy,1 citing the advantages of the intraperitoneal route for the administration of saline solution to dehydrated infants, the method has been adopted widely and would appear to be one of the most valuable therapeutic procedures which...
For at least two years our attention has been attracted to the possibility of the existence of more than one kind of rickets. That is, under the head of rickets may be included more than one kind of disturbance of the mineral metabolism of the body which manifests itself in a...
Peripheral gangrene following diphtheria is of very rare occurrence. Ker1 mentions the condition but states that he never saw a case. He refers to Rolleston,2 who saw a case in 1910 and who was able to collect ten others from the literature at that time. Robbins3 published a review of...
In 1916 Johnston1 reported on the use of the colloidal gold test on the spinal fluid in four cases of poliomyelitis. He found an early transitory reaction in the syphilitic zone during the acute stage, and he considered that the test might prove an important aid in diagnosis. In March,...
Tonsillectomy has become a common operation. The indications for this procedure differ. Until recently tonsils were removed only if they were obstructive or presented definite evidence of infection. Marked improvement followed the removal of such tonsils in most instances. In recent...
The presence of hematomas in the heart valves of new-born calves is today a widely known fact. Nevertheless, a survey of veterinary literature reveals only brief references, and, since in these the microscopic structure and possible origin of the hematomas have not been discussed, a...
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