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Pathogenesis.—The studies on experimental pneumonia of Cecil and Blake63 comprise an unusually important series of articles. These articles deserve a very careful reading as does also a single article by Cecil64 which gives a short and excellent exposition...
It has been rather generally accepted that the urine of normal infants often contains a small number of organisms that cannot definitely be excluded as contaminations. The work of Ross,1 Beeler and Helmholz,2 Kleinschmidt,3 and others substantiates this view. Recently the entire question...
Hemolytic jaundice, Banti's disease, Gaucher's disease and von Jaksch's anemia, are four names given to pathologic processes for the relief or cure of which removal of the spleen may be the only treatment.
Hemolytic jaundice, in the yellowness of the skin and sclera, presents an...
In this discussion, we are not concerned with the controversy as to whether the cutaneous sensitization observed clinically in eczema, urticaria papulosa and angioneurotic edema in infants and children is a phenomenon of anaphylaxis or a state of allergy. We believe that the question...
It has been our experience to find that the stools from all babies receiving breast milk give an acid or neutral reaction when tested with litmus and that the stools from bottle-fed babies receiving simple cow's milk mixtures may be acid, neutral or alkaline when so tested. It has also...
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