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Although evidence of meningeal irritation and involvement of the central nervous system is observed not infrequently in cases of tularemia which terminate fatally, instances in which invasion of the meninges by the infecting organism has been proved, either during life or at necropsy,...
American Board of Pediatrics, Inc.—The American Board of Pediatrics, wishing to take cognizance of the present nature of wartime opportunities for young physicians seeking hospital experience, has ruled that three periods of nine months of graduate...
The purpose of this paper is to point out the facts that infants fed on ordinary commercial unsweetened evaporated milk as a substitute for breast milk grow satisfactorily in every respect when no sugar or other carbohydrate is added to the daily formula, provided the milk is used in...
This monograph attempts to bring up to date the available information which was accumulated since Hunter published his excellent monograph on the same subject in 1926. Included in the present volume are chapters on the determination, distribution, origin and excretion of creatine and...
Thiamine occurs in skeletal muscle in two phases, extracellular and intracellular. The extracellular is probably freely diffusible and is in equilibrium with the thiamine of the plasma.1 It is not of great concentration, the concentration in plasma being about 0.004 mg. per cubic...
This very complete set of food tables with instructions as to their use should prove valuable at present, with food rationing and shortages in various staples. The book is well organized and has a complete index.
The effect on man of the ingestion of large amounts of carotene has been the subject of many articles in the past twenty years. On the other hand, knowledge of the results of overdosage with vitamin A is almost entirely confined to the effects on rats and mice. The lack of experience...
In 1940 and 1941 we had the opportunity to study certain aspects of the attack rate of measles which we believe to be of value in the study of the epidemiology of this disease. That not all supposedly susceptible children will have measles after a particular exposure has been known for...
During the present emergency the subject of active immunization against tetanus commands special attention. Of particular importance is the degree of immunity induced by the stimulating, or "booster," dose of tetanus toxoid in relation to the interval between basic immunization and the...
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