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This small handbook is intended to give to the practicing physician the essential facts concerning energy metabolism in infants and children. The significance of the heat exchange of the body is discussed with especial reference to the characteristics of the metabolism in young children....
A case of chylangioma of the mesentery in a child is reported because of its rarity.
History.—J. H., the patient, was a white American boy, 13 years of age. The mother died during her seventh pregnancy, the cause of death not being known. The father died of rheumatism and chronic...
In the feeding of infants with milk modifications, what amounts and what proportions of the mineral elements should be in the formula? As in many other respects in infant nutrition, empiricism has striven to imitate nature by making the salt content of milk modifications approximate that...
Eventration of the diaphragm is a relatively rare condition and almost always occurs on the left side. In 1916, Bayne-Jones1 reviewed forty-five cases of eventration, the total number of cases reported up to that time. In only two of the forty-five cases did eventration occur on the...
The third edition of this standard work has been carefully revised and well written. The original form and order of presentation have been largely retained, and many of the recent significant advances in clinical physiology have been included.
This book deals with those changes...
Pericarditis as the first clinical manifestation of active tuberculosis in childhood is rare. A careful review of the literature failed to reveal the report of such a case diagnosed during life.
Waller1 reported a case in which postmortem examination showed that the pericarditis...
Recently Peters, Bulger and others1 have discussed from a broader point of view than usual the acid base equilibrium of the plasma of adults in health and in disease. For several years we have had a similar interest in the chemical changes taking place in the blood of sick infants and...
Roelans (or Roelants), who wrote the text of the third incunabulum, was a Flemish physician, born in Mechlen in 1450. At the age of 16 he entered the University of Löwen, and while there, or on subsequent visits, he must have made good use of his time in studying the books and...
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