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Reliable standards have been established for estimating the basal metabolism of adults.1 All workers agree that with careful technic a deviation of ±10 or at most 15 per cent in an adult is indicative of an abnormal basal metabolic rate.
No such certainty exists with regard to...
This book consists of the collected reports of the bureaus of communicable diseases, hospitals, child welfare, dental laboratories, sanitary engineering, inspection of food, inspection of dairy products and vital statistics for the years from 1926 to 1930.
This book is one of a series on practical medicine. It is well arranged and gives a good outline of the European ideas concerning congenital syphilis. The frequency is stated as between 10 and 40 per cent. Practically the entire book is taken up with symptoms of congenital syphilis, and...
The existence of congenital transduodenal bands as a cause of symptoms of the upper quadrant of the abdomen was first reported by Harris1 in 1914. In the majority of cases a group of bands extends from the liver and gallbladder across the duodenum to the transverse colon. These bands...
This book contains the addresses made at the conference and abstracts of the following committee reports: Medical Service, Public Health, Education and Training and the Handicapped. The last section contains the names of the committees and committee chairmen. The reports and...
Some time ago, Dr. Philip Cohen and I studied the effect of thyroid therapy on children,1 and found that thyroid extract in small or moderate doses did not increase the basal metabolic rate of children whose initial basal metabolic rate was normal. When the basal metabolism was...
During the course of the diseases called nephritis, symptoms are occasionally encountered that lead to the diagnosis of convulsive or eclamptic uremia. This term is not used in this paper because, even in severe convulsive states, patients usually show no retention of nonprotein nitrogen...
The disparity between the clinical picture during life and the pathologic picture post mortem makes the following case of acute anterior poliomyelitis with subsequent fatal bronchopneumonia interesting.
REPORT OF A CASE
History.—J. R., aged 14 months, was...
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