NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE, SECTION OF PEDIATRICS Jan. 9, F. ELMER JOHNSON, M.D., Presiding in So-Called of Infants. M. A. Encephalitic Changes Toxicosis Dr. Goldzieher. toxicosis observations in cases of are negative. There are no Autopsy usually or in the tract in of the severe changes, very slight ones, gastro-intestinal spite diarrhea which is in most of the cases. of the other prevalent Changes organs In are or incidental. three cases studied of negligible recently histologic changes the brain were demonstrable which seemed to shed some on the light pathogenesis and seat of the disease. All three cases occurred in the of whom varied from 6 weeks to infants, ages 4 months. were all fed. Two of them did well until They artificially shortly disease. In one case was some infection of the before the outbreak of the there the of toxicosis. of toxicosis respiratory tract prior to onset The symptoms upper all facial were in three cases. The had the characteristic typical patients color, and had diarrhea and expression, breathing dehydration. They vomiting. They no also had fever. Convulsions were observed in one while nervous high case, or cerebral were seen in the other two cases. All
American journal of diseases of children – American Medical Association
Published: Aug 1, 1930
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