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During the first years of my work on allergy, I chanced on a statement in an article by Wells1 that offspring born of guinea-pigs fed on oats were moderately sensitive at birth apparently from a passive sensitization conferred by the mother.
The question arose in my mind whether...
Unsuccessful Lumbar Punctures
Technic of Lumbar Puncture in Premature Infants
Relationship of the Presence or Absence of Blood in the Cerebrospinal Fluid to the Necrosy Observations
(a) Cerebral hemorrhage present at necropsy(b) Cerebral...
It is becoming more and more apparent from various studies on growth and metabolism that the two sexes must be thought of as responding differently to the same environmental conditions. As this knowledge becomes more detailed, and more delicate means of analysis are devised, probably the...
The book begins with a brief but complete resume of the history of diphtheria, and then continues with the etiology and immunity of the organism. The clinical diagnosis is well discussed, with a complete description of the many lesions. As is usual in French textbooks, the bacteriology...
In a previous communication,1 we reported the influence of breast and modified cow's milk on the excretion of certain volatile acids in the feces of nurslings.
We found the excretion of the volatile fatty acids to be relatively constant in infants given breast milk and extremely...
The collection of articles comprising this valuable book is written by eighty-two eminent authorities in the field of bacteriology and immunology. Each author discusses subjects to which he has contributed scientific knowledge, giving his conclusions as well as a general review of the...
This is a discussion of the factors controlling the immunity of infants to disease. The subject is covered well for so small a book, and the conclusions are clearly stated.
Bloody nasal discharge, particularly when it has been persistent, is so often associated with diphtheritic inflammation and foreign body that little attention is usually paid to other possibilities. The importance of ruling out diphtheria is obviously of prime concern. A foreign body,...
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