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There is a lack of uniformity in the methods of quantitative estimation of leukocytes in the urine, and considerable difference of opinion prevails concerning the normal number of these cellular elements. Pflaumer,1 Hill,2 Dyson,3 Dingwall-Fordyce4 and Amberg5 agree that normal urine,...
The elaboration of newer methods for the determination of lipoids during the past few years has resulted in an increase in the literature on the subject; notwithstanding this added knowledge, the rôle played by these substances in the general body metabolism is neither clearly nor fully...
This communication summarizes the observations of a research on the embryology, bacteriology and pathology of the pharyngeal tonsil.
Behind the oral plate in the middle line of the roof of the pharynx, anterior to the basioccipital, there is a...
Thyroid extracts are known for their effect on metabolism. Not only is the weight curve affected, but there is a greater excretion of water, salts and nitrogen, and growth and regeneration are promoted. This is most strikingly seen in the cretin or myxedematous patient. Associated with...
The author calls the book a guide for the practicing physician, and it is not intended for the pediatrician. It gives only concise summaries, which are good in most instances and lays great stress on treatment, the outlines of which are, in general, satisfactory. The chapters on...
In recent years massive collapse (atelectasis) of the lungs has ceased to be regarded as a rare occurrence, and this is largely due to the universal use of roentgenography, which has become so indispensable an adjunct in clinical diagnosis. The type of collapse of the lung now under...
Significance of the Term "Immature Infant"
Immaturity and Number of Gravidity
Immaturity and Sex
Frequency of Immaturity
Etiology of Immaturity
Mortality of the Immature Infant
The mother of W., a boy born at Shantung Christian University Hospital, had had two previous pregnancies. Both parents were Chinese. There was no family history of tuberculosis or syphilis. The mother's blood Wassermann reaction was negative. The first child died of dysentery; the second...
While it is commonly agreed that the number of eosinophil cells in adults is normally about from 2 to 4 per cent, the greatest uncertainty prevails with regard to children. Most authors state that the number of eosinophil cells is larger in children...
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