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The nonoperative treatment of intussusception has been frowned on by the American surgeon. American literature has condemned any attempt at reduction of an intussusception by injection of gas or enema on the ground of the dangers attending such an unscientific procedure. This point of...
Although dysentery is a distinct clinical entity and can be differentiated from other summer diarrheas,1 there are not any accurate data of its incidence among the infant population. Health department statistics are usually not of value because the disease either is not reported or is...
In connection with a study of a group of thirty-nine children suffering from enuresis, the observation was made that in a certain percentage of the more persistent cases the concentration of the urine was definitely and constantly higher during the day than during the night. The...
The present study of the effect of food on the heat production of normal infants was made preliminary to a similar study of marantic infants in an effort to answer the question, Does food stimulate metabolism excessively in marasmus? If so, this excessive specific dynamic action may play...
The question whether or not von Jaksch's "anemia pseudo-leukemica infantum" is entitled to retain a place in medical nomenclature seems still to be unsettled. In spite of the fact that many authors, especially Americans,1 have expressed themselves definitely as in favor of dropping the...
This book deals with the care of the child during the first two years of life. The instructions as to equipment, clothing, bathing and feeding are accompanied by detailed illustrations. The normal development is discussed so that the mother may recognize any deviation from it. The last...
In reporting this case, attention is called to a condition which apparently occurs rarely, that is, pigmentation of the urine following the ingestion of red beets (beta vulgaris), and which might readily be mistaken for other conditions in which red pigment appears in the urine,...
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