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This book is a careful account of certain experimental work which has been done at Toronto, with an interpretation of the results. It is an excellent and clear exposition, simply written. The main thesis is that fat may be converted into carbohydrate in the internal metabolism. This is...
A study of the blood chemistry in two patients with celiac disease showed an increased tolerance for dextrose in both. A search of the literature revealed no data on carbohydrate metabolism in this disease. The question seemed of importance, and the investigations were continued until we...
On Dec. 7, 1928, Charles M., a Greek boy, aged 4 years, was brought to the outpatient department of the Children's Hospital because of anemia, enlarged spleen and jaundice.
The present illness, which had been noticed for more than a year, began with lassitude and anorexia. Slight...
I am reporting this case of foreign body in the trachea to point out the importance of accurate and careful history-taking in children in whom laryngeal symptoms suddenly develop and persist in spite of ordinary methods of treatment. I am reporting it also to show the value of more than...
In a former communication, I1 suggested a method for the roentgen study of the large interlobar fissures which was cited in the German literature by Holzknecht,2 later by Eisler3 and by Wimberger,4 and which was elaborated in detail by Fleischner.5 This method is not in common usage, and...
In spite of the vast amount of literature recently devoted to different phases of the general subject of rickets, comparatively little attention has been paid to the age limit of its active manifestations. In the main, writers have confined their descriptions of rickets occurring in...
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