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The incidence of diarrhea and vomiting in infants during the summer months has considerably decreased with better methods of feeding and a more sanitary milk supply; but summer diarrhea and vomiting are still commonly seen, especially in localities where the heat is extreme. This...
Dietary protein accelerates blood coagulability, while dietary carbohydrate and minerals retard it to the extent of producing manifestations of bleeding in the course of illness or surgical intervention. The question arises whether the gross dietary constituents alter the clotting...
The material in this book has been very ably presented, especially for the student, intern or resident physician and the general practitioner.
The reader receives more definite guidance in the handling of cases of difficult labor than he gets from some textbooks of the present...
Pamphlets on Nutrition.—The American Child Health Association has published two pamphlets: Food at Low Cost, by Lucy H. Gillett, and Emergency Nutrition, by Henry C. Sherman. These are published to meet the essential needs at the present time. They may be...
During the last decade a number of investigators have employed various tests in the study of spinal fluids, principally qualitative chemical reactions for the presence of tryptophan groups, with a view toward the development of methods of differential diagnosis. The literature in regard...
In this volume compiled by Professor R. Kraus, the author presents his theories as based on his experiments and on the experiences of his co-workers. He attributes to Streptococcus scarlatinae, the dominant pathogenic rôle in scarlet fever, and he thinks that both clinical and laboratory...
In the article by Dr. I. Newton Kugelmass and Ethyl Greenwald, entitled, "Phospholipids in the Blood in Infants and in Children," in the November issue (42:1134, 1931), the word "centimeters" in the second line of the first conclusion, on page 1136, should read "milligrams."
Hereditary malformations of the extremities of various types in human beings have been described in the literature under such terms as syndactylism, polydactylism, brachydactylism, ectrodactylism, macrodactylism, hyperphalangism and hypophalangism. Other malformations of the extremities...
It is known that there is a change in creatine and creatinine metabolism in muscular dystrophy which causes creatinuria and decreased creatinine excretion. Why this change occurs is still open to speculation. It can be accepted that the lowered creatinine excretion is due to degeneration...
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