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The case numbers, in the article by Dr. Richard M. Smith, "Roentgen-Ray Examinations in Diseases of the Kidney," in the December issue, are incorrect. The figures and case numbers should appear as follows:
Fig. 1 (Case 4); Fig. 2 (Case 5); Fig. 3 (Case 6); Fig. 4 (Case 7); Fig. 5 (Case 8); Fig....
In 1917, Fonde1 reported a case of malignant diphtheria, treated by massive doses of antitoxin given intraperitoneally. In November, 1921, Goehle and Dauer2 from this hospital reported five additional cases, treated intraperitoneally with diphtheria antitoxin mixed with saline solution, a...
In the summer of 1923, one of us (Brown), working at the Children's Hospital in Boston, observed six cases of a rapidly fatal disease in children, attended by symptoms referable to the central nervous system. In five of the cases necropsy was performed and revealed intense edema and congestion...
In a previous article,1 we reported an investigation showing the effect of various purin-free diets on the daily excretion of uric acid. The diets used were a high protein, a high fat and a high carbohydrate, which were continued over periods varying from two to four days. It was found that the...
The rationale of adding an acid to cow's milk to improve its digestibility has been demonstrated by Clark1 and Faber2 and popularized recently by Marriott.3 They show that the buffer value of cow's milk is considerably more than that of human milk. Therefore the former milk neutralizes a larger...
The clinical entity known as rat-bite fever, and first described in this country by Wilcox1 in 1840, presents an interesting group of symptoms, and, while it cannot be classed as a rarity, is, however, of comparatively infrequent occurrence in America. Most of the cases described have occurred...
There are many causes which, in infants, give rise to the presence of blood and mucus in the stool, the most common one being infection of the alimentary tract. The following series of cases is concerned with children in whom the blood and mucus were due to infection of the rectum by the...
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