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The data presented in this paper were obtained from an infant with tetany who was given, at intervals, ammonium chlorid, hydrochloric acid, the usual agent, calcium chlorid, and calcium acetate, a substance differing from the other three in that presumably it does not produce an acid...
REPORT OF CASE
History.—December 5, 1921, K. T., a girl, aged 4 years and 3 months was brought to the University Hospital because of convulsions alternating with a semistuporous condition. The father and mother, native-born Americans, without apparent endocrine...
Cysts of the brain are of infrequent occurrence, and their detection clinically is extremely difficult. In the majority of cases, the condition is diagnosed only by postmortem examination. The case reported herewith presented several interesting features, briefly: (1) the sudden onset of...
The recent work of Smith and Little has definitely shown the importance of colostrum to the new-born calf. Not only is colostrum, according to Smith and his co-workers, the chief agent for transferring known antibodies to the new-born calf, but it seems to have also the important...
It has for sometime been a matter of observation in this clinic, and no doubt elsewhere, that infants receiving calcium chlorid for relief of the symptoms of tetany will occasionally develop hyperpnea. In these instances a marked lowering of the plasma bicarbonate may be demonstrated....
On account of the conflicting statements in the literature regarding the vitamin C content of dried milk products, and especially in view of definite statements regarding the effect of the spray process on vitamin C, a special investigation of this problem has been conducted....
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