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Samuel Gee described celiac disease in 1888. In 1921, Reginald Miller,1 in compiling a retrospect of the literature concerning it, mentioned about fifty papers, but even his excellent bibliography is not complete. A study of this literature makes it evident that, in general, the accounts...
The nutrition of the human fetus is a difficult subject to study on account of the almost complete isolation of this body. The physiologic activities of mother and offspring, as well as the röle the placenta has played in the development of the latter, must be represented to a certain...
The suggestion of treating flat warts by the internal administration of mercury was first made by Dr. Charles J. White1 in 1915. This method of treatment was tried on the supposition that warts were caused by some as yet undiscovered protozoon. In his first paper White reported seven...
The reactions obtained with the colloidal gold test in syphilitic diseases of the central nervous system and the various forms of meningitis are fairly well established and have proved of value in diagnosis. Several investigators have reported their results with the reaction in cases of...
Muscular exercise is one of the first instincts of the human organism. The stretching out and manipulating of the legs and arms is among the earliest reflexes of the new-born. Because muscular exercise is so constantly a part of daily life and so obvious...
The question of transference of antibodies, protein sensitization and infection, from mother to child has been studied much. Numerous investigators at various times have worked intensively on this subject.
The most easily proved transference of immune bodies occurs in the case of...
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