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Chronic diffuse nephritis during childhood is a rare condition though of no less interest because of its infrequent character. The possibility of its occurrence was first suggested in 1872 when Gull and Sutton1 described a case of "contracted kidneys" in a 9 year old girl. Its actual...
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History.—June 10, 1921, a child was brought to me from one of the small towns of Oregon. The family history was negative. The child weighed 9 pounds at birth, and was breast-fed until 13 months of age. When examined, his age was 15 months; his weight...
Bacteriology of Normal Throats.—Bloomfield1 found by examinations of cultures made from a number of throat swabs from each of several healthy people that the organisms present, as revealed by this method, fell into two groups: (a) the true normal flora...
The Problem: What is the normal state of nutrition for this child? The doctor's answer too often has depended on the shifting sands of subjective impressions. In the search for a solid objective standard, we have hunted through a quantity of books and articles on diseases of nutrition,...
Much has been said concerning the intestinal flora of infants, both breast fed and bottle fed, but owing to the intangibility of certain aspects of the subject, the field seems to be open to further investigation.
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With the termination of the world war there appears to be an end also of the work of the majority of agencies formed to advocate the conservation of foods. Such a course should not be pursued as it is undoubtedly a mistake from a financial standpoint and possibly from a physiologic one....
Considerable research has been conducted recently, investigating the influence of the alkali phosphates, especially sodium and potassium diortho-phosphates, on normal and spasmophilic infants. Binger1 produced tetany by the intravenous injection of ortho-phosphates. Howland and Marriott2...
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