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LATERAL CURVATURE IN AN INFANT ELEVEN MONTHS OLD.

LATERAL CURVATURE IN AN INFANT ELEVEN MONTHS OLD. Patient. —Sarah D., aged 11 months, was brought to the medical dispensary of the Children's Hospital, in Dr. J. Madison Taylor's service, Jan. 4, 1905. Family History. —The father is living and well. The mother is living, but suffers from endometritis, and is of a nervous disposition. She has been married ten years and in that time has had four miscarriages, three premature births and two full-term infants. History. —The child was born at term, after an easy labor, lasting one hour; no forceps were used. The child had no deformity at birth. She was fed exclusively on breast milk until six months old, and since then, besides the breast milk, she has been given milk and crackers, meat broth and mashed potatoes. With the exception of an attack of enteritis when six months old the child has never been ill. Since then she http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

LATERAL CURVATURE IN AN INFANT ELEVEN MONTHS OLD.

JAMA , Volume XLIV (16) – Apr 22, 1905

LATERAL CURVATURE IN AN INFANT ELEVEN MONTHS OLD.

Abstract



Patient.
—Sarah D., aged 11 months, was brought to the medical dispensary of the Children's Hospital, in Dr. J. Madison Taylor's service, Jan. 4, 1905.


Family History.
—The father is living and well. The mother is living, but suffers from endometritis, and is of a nervous disposition. She has been married ten years and in that time has had four miscarriages, three premature births and two full-term infants.


History.
—The child was born at term, after an easy...
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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1905 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1905.92500430043003a
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Abstract

Patient. —Sarah D., aged 11 months, was brought to the medical dispensary of the Children's Hospital, in Dr. J. Madison Taylor's service, Jan. 4, 1905. Family History. —The father is living and well. The mother is living, but suffers from endometritis, and is of a nervous disposition. She has been married ten years and in that time has had four miscarriages, three premature births and two full-term infants. History. —The child was born at term, after an easy labor, lasting one hour; no forceps were used. The child had no deformity at birth. She was fed exclusively on breast milk until six months old, and since then, besides the breast milk, she has been given milk and crackers, meat broth and mashed potatoes. With the exception of an attack of enteritis when six months old the child has never been ill. Since then she

Journal

JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Apr 22, 1905

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