A A El Gholmy

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Oedema developing in the course of gastro-intestinal disorders of infancy has been noted in America by Maver (1920) and in Egypt by Shawki. It was of the same character as that which developed in adults during times of war and famine, as in Poland during the Great War, when the food available was of low caloric value (1200-1400 cal. per day) and no meat was(More)
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