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" First, that many infants of under three mouths can digest starchy foods. Second, that the individual variations in this regard are so numerous that no broad and general statement can be made as to the period at which infants begin to digest starches ;... "
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for ... - Page 362
1889
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The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 109

Medicine - 1883
...First, that many infants of under three mouths can digest starchy foods. Second, that the individual variations in this regard are so numerous that no...by an examination of the dejecta under such diet. After the reading of the preceding paper Dr. Keating spoke of one case in which fat was found in the...
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The Medical News, Volume 43

Medicine - 1883
...of the age, diet, and appearances of the feces in the children forming the subjects of this study. are so numerous that no broad and general statement...by an examination of the dejecta under such diet. After the reading of the preceding paper, DR. KEATING spoke of one case in which fat was found in the...
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The Carolina Medical Journal, Volumes 11-12

Medicine - 1883
...three months can digest starchy foods. Second, that the individual variations in this regard arc' BO numerous that no broad and general statement can be...by an examination of the dejecta under such diet. — Philadetphui Afediccd News. CYSTOTOMY BY A MODIFIED LATERAL METHOD IK CERTAIN CASES OF ENLARGED...
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THE BOSTON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL

GEORGE B. SHATTUCK M.D - 1883
...First, that man;/ infants of under three months can digest starchy foods. Second, that the individual variations in this regard are so numerous that no...statement can be made as to the period at which infants be<jin to digest starches ; and Third, that the physician can be absolutely certain that a farinaceous...
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Medical Era, Volume 1

Robert Newton Tooker, James Eldridge Gross, Charles Gatchell - Medicine - 1884
...conclusions: 1. That many infants under three months can digest starchy foods. 2. That the individual variations in this regard are so numerous that no...period at which infants begin to digest starches. 3. That the physician can be absolutely certain that a farinaceous ingredient in the diet of a young...
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Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volume 21

Science - 1884
...forwarded to us, proves experimentally that many infants- under three months can digest starch foods ; that no broad and general statement can be made as...period at which infants begin to digest starches ; and that the physician can be absolutely certain that a farinaceous ingredient in the diet of a young infant...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volume 21

James Samuelson, William Crookes - Science - 1884
...forwarded to us, proves experimentally that many infants under three months can digest starch foods ; that no broad and general statement can be made as...period at which infants begin to digest starches ; and that the physician can be absolutely certain that a farinaceous ingredient in the diet of a young infant...
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Archives of Pediatrics

Pediatrics - 1887
...concluded that many infants of under three months can digest starchy foods, and that the individual variations in this regard are so numerous that no...period at which infants begin to digest starches. It would seem, therefore, if these experiments are to be relied upon, that Mr. Parker and most other...
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Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at ..., Volume 26

Electronic journals - 1889
..."First, that many infants of under three months can digest starchy foods. Second, that the individual variations in this regard are so numerous that no...; and, Third, that the physician can be absolutely cerlain that a farinaceous ingredient in the diet of a young infant is beneficial, only by an examination...
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Transactions of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia

Medicine - 1883
...Syphilitic ; saliva was found to be inefficient. 24 Dane, 18 " ii Traces ! Indications of dextrine. 9 are so numerous that no broad and general statement...by an examination of the dejecta under such diet. [After the reading of the preceding paper: — ] Dr. KEATING spoke of one case in which fat was found...
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