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It is now well established that the amount of urobilin and urobilinogen in the stools is a rough index of the amount of blood destruction going on in the body. Since no large number of cases of anemia in children has been studied as regards their urobilin excretion, it seemed worth while...
The term subacute, in relation to intussusception, commonly describes a type of case in which symptoms have existed for at least a week, yet does not present the striking symptomatology manifested by the typical acute cases. Certain of these subacute cases offer difficult problems in...
Purulent meningitis in animals has been studied in recent years by many observers, among whom may be mentioned Ritchie,1 Wollstein,2 M'Donald,3 Councilman, Mallory and Wright,4 Von Lingelsheim,5 and Flexner.6
Ritchie produced purulent meningitis in the monkey by the intraspinal...
The condition of the blood in the new-born has been studied by numerous investigators since Denis1 published the first observations on the subject in 1831. In many instances there has been insufficient data to warrant the conclusions submitted. Statistical results, to be of any great...
In the article of Dr. D. C. Mebane, THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF DISEASES OF CHILDREN, March, 1924, page 219, first paragraph, third line, the phrase "the prevention of mental disease" should read "the prevention of dental disease."
The rôle of the calcium ion in the metabolism of rickets has for a good many years formed the keystone of the arch in the study of this disease. The conception, recently advanced by Howland and his associates, of the existence of two forms of rickets, the low calcium and the low...
By leaving a greater margin on the page, the remarks of the dentist editor, Dr. Misch, are easily recognizable because of his unusual acquaintance with many fields of medicine. This gives a certain uniformity of treatment. It is hardly possible to give more than an idea of the scope of...
"Children in an institution can be kept in much better condition than in most private homes."1 This contradiction to the prevalent impression, and tribute to institutional possibilities, has been illuminating to us, as we have been engaged for six months in a somewhat similar study. This...
Experimental meningitis, especially tuberculous meningitis in animals, has attracted little attention in the field of medicine. The first work on the subject was that done by Manwaring1 in 1915. He succeeded in producing in dogs and in monkeys infection of the meninges, by injecting...
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