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During the past two decades, iodine in its relation to the thyroid gland and to the prevention and cure of goiter has been a subject of renewed interest and investigation. The work, especially that of Marine and his associates,1 has demonstrated that simple goiter can be prevented, and...
Perhaps the best mode of studying the density of the kidney filter for a short time is to produce a hydronephrotic sac by tying the ureter. In this way, all the bacteria that are excreted during a short period can be retained. For longer periods of time this would not necessarily hold...
To the Editor:—In my review of acidified milks, in the March issue of the American Journal of Diseases of Children, I failed, through an oversight, to give credit to Dr. Roy M. Greenthal of Milwaukee, who appears to have been the first in this country to use milk soured by additions of...
The contents of this book have been divided into chapters dealing with the anatomy, physiology, pathology, etiology, examination, clinical records, symptoms, prophylaxis and treatment by gymnastic exercises, forcible correction and operative measures with the prognosis.
Recently, a most unusual and at first perplexing intrathoracic condition was discovered in a new-born infant, which we considered of sufficient rarity and interest to justify reporting.
REPORT OF CASE
B., a boy, was born Oct. 2, 1924, weighing 3,250 Gm. The...
For the past seventy years,1 at least, some form of acidified milk has been used by pediatricians in feeding babies. There have been many explanations given for the beneficial results that have been obtained. Most of these explanations were based on some theory of influencing gastric...
As the name implies, osteomalacia is a disease in which the bones become soft, bend and break easily, resulting oftentimes in extreme deformities. It is extremely rare in children, the condition being preeminently one of early adult life, more frequent in women and usually associated...
The Massachusetts Department of Health requests the cooperation of the medical profession in the establishment of breast feeding demonstrations in four cities and towns, which have been selected because the public health nursing is well organized in those communities. The object is to...
During the last thirty years, investigators have, at one period or another, announced the discovery of the cause of recurrent vomiting—uric acid diathesis, autointoxication, gastric neurosis, hysteria, chronic appendicitis, postural defect, eyestrain—to name...
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