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To the Editor:—In a paper previously published in this journal (Hamilton, B., and Schwartz, C.: Rickets and Hyperparathyroidism, Am. J. Dis. Child. 46:775 [Oct.] 1933), experiments were reported in which the administration of a soluble calcium salt by stomach tube to rachitic rabbits was...
In 1930 Szent-Györgyi1 demonstrated conclusively that the hexuronic (cevitamic) acid isolated from the adrenal glands and crystalline vitamin C are identical. This discovery aroused much interest in the relation between vitamin C and the adrenals. Many workers2 agreed that the adrenals...
The first part of the book discusses the general principles of micromethods and the apparatus used and also colorimetric and nephelometric methods. The second section describes in detail methods for the analysis of urine, including all of the important inorganic and organic constituents....
There are two conditions in young infants which may properly be called sclerema. In early usage the term was probably employed to designate a diffuse hardening of the subcutaneous tissues occurring in weakly or marasmic infants, not necessarily new-born. It is a terminal condition,...
Meckel's diverticulum, although it is a common anomaly, at times may exhibit some unusual features, as it did in the case we are about to report.
REPORT OF A CASE
A girl aged 5 years was admitted to the Mayo Clinic on Nov. 17, 1936, because of melena, which...
In the past year or two there has been renewed interest in the study of fetal activity, particularly in respect to the so-called intra-uterine respiratory movements. Such activity was first reported years ago, but its existence as a physiologic phenomenon has never been settled to the...
On July 1, 1936, a letter concerning a child with an unusual cutaneous disease was received at the hospital. An excerpt from the letter is as follows:
"I am a roving reporter for a newspaper, with headquarters in Washington. I travel continuously over the country, and naturally I...
Physicians Certified by American Board of Pediatrics.—The following physicians were certified by the American Board of Pediatrics on Nov. 15, 1937:
James Marvin Baty, Boston; J. Travis Bennett, El Paso, Texas; H. Arthur Berson, Boston; William...
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