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To the Editor:—We appreciate your thoughfulness in permitting us to see the comments of Dr. W. C. Martin, Medical Director of U. S. Vitamin Corporation on our article "Physiological Availability of Vitamin A from Capsules," which appeared in the A. M. A. American Journal of Diseases of...
Specialists Certified by the American Board of Pediatrics, Inc.—The following physicians were certified as specialists by the American Board of Pediatrics, Inc., after examinations held in Baltimore on Feb. 20, 21, and 22, 1953:
THIS STUDY was planned to analyze recent clinical experience and to determine the influence of sulfonamide and antibiotic therapy on the course of children with the nephrotic syndrome. The case histories of children with this condition who were admitted to the hospital from 1944 to 1950...
HAVING had the opportunity during the past three years of observing five children suffering from reticuloendotheliosis, we here wish to report the effect of corticotropin (ACTH) and cortisone on the course of this disease.
There has lately been renewed interest in the subject of...
THIS STUDY covers the incidence of measles encephalomyelitis in the city of Milwaukee over a 25-year period from 1927 to 1951 and incorporates the cases included in previous reports.1 No attempt will be made to review the literature on measles encephalomyelitis, but we should like to...
To the Editor:—We would like to bring to the attention of your readers certain inconsistencies and inaccuracies in the article "Physiological Availability of Vitamin A from Capsules" by A. E. Sobel and A. A. Rosenberg appearing in the November issue.
The article draws a...
WHILE angiocardiography was first introduced in 1937 by Castellanos, Pereiras, and Garcia1 and was perfected as a practical technique by Robb and Steinberg,2 its widespread use as an aid to clinical diagnosis of congenital malformations of the heart has not come about until recent years....
IN THE year 1939 it was found that premature infants excreted the deaminated residues of tyrosine and phenylalanine when fed high protein diets low in vitamin C.1 Full-term infants behaved similarly when their high-protein diets were supplemented by tyrosine or phenylalanine.2 The...
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