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Intestinal obstruction is unusual in the neonatal period, occurring in 1 of every 20,000 newborn infants, according to Tow.1 However, Cruickshank2 found at postmortem examination that 3 of a series of 800 neonatal deaths (between birth and the fourth week) were due primarily to...
Varicella in the newborn is so unusual that it is looked on as a curiosity and its occurrence is worth reporting.
Newborn infants are protected against some infectious diseases by what may be regarded as natural immunity. Ehrlich1 in his study of antitoxin immunity to ricin...
With the Assistance of Mary F. Bates, Marion L. Shepherd, Priscilla Bonner, James Horton, A. Theresa Johnston and Louise Emerson
The newer knowledge of nutrition and modern methods of manufacture are gradually dispelling prejudices against canned...
A careful review of the literature indicates that the total failure of a lung to develop is exceedingly rare. Only 37 authentic cases have been reported. Twenty-four of the patients were children under 12 years of age. We wish to add to this series a case of our own.
I. NORMAL CHILDREN: GROUP A
The study reported in this section of the present paper extended and confirmed previous investigations on the relation between creatinine excretion and basal energy metabolism.1 In a recent publication1b two of us with F. Broughton...
Enterogenous cysts have been found in close relation to almost every portion of the intestinal tract. They have occurred also outside the abdomen, chiefly in the mediastinum.1 These cysts usually duplicate the layers and the mucosa of the intestine from which they are derived and may in...
Obesity is an anomaly of body build characterized by excessive growth in dimension through the accumulation of subcutaneous fat. If this occurs in a fully grown person, the only distinguishing feature will be the increased circumference and the excessive weight. During childhood,...
Many factors have been reported to have an influence in causing prematurity. We have reviewed the results of these previous studies and classified them in an attempt to find the most common predisposing factors. This review is preliminary to our own clinical and statistical investigation...
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