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The recent report of Young and Smith1 has called attention to the possible caustic effect of lactic acid. These writers reported 3 deaths due to the action of this substance in feeding formulas and supported their observations with data derived from experiments with rabbits. The...
A great deal of work has been given to the preparation of this edition.
The two volumes represent a complete treatise on diseases of the genitourinary system. Since the first edition, in 1940, many important developments in urologic diagnosis and treatment have occurred, and...
It is difficult to estimate the volume of chocolate milk consumed annually in the United States, but a nationwide survey1 of the industry showed that stores, homes and schools are the principal outlets, that middle westerners consume the largest amounts and that 80 per cent of the...
The most severe epidemic of infantile paralysis on record in the state of Alabama occurred during the summer and autumn of 1941, the greatest concentration of cases being in rural Walker County. One hundred and twenty-one cases in Walker County were officially reported during the...
Fee for Taking Examination of American Board of Pediatrics.–After May 1, 1945 the fee for taking the examination of the American Board of Pediatrics will be $75.
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We present the following case with a report of the autopsy and a review of the opinions of various writers as to the diagnosis of nephritis in the newborn and in young infants.
REPORT OF A CASE
M. S. J., a Negro girl 2 months of age, was admitted to Grady...
Steatorrhea is a common finding in infants and children with chronic indigestion and is especially frequent in patients who present the celiac syndrome. The naked eye diagnosis of fatty stool is unreliable, however, for the large foul foamy stools of the patient with celiac disease may...
From the introduction of chloroform into the field of obstetrics by Sir James Simpson until the present time obstetric anesthesia and analgesia have attracted wide interest. The advent of every new method of relieving pain has produced not only professional reports but also, with respect...
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