F W Helfrick

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A 5-month-old white infant with Hirschsprung's disease, complicated by a digestive upset and upper respiratory infection, developed a most extreme picture of marasmus which gave every indication of an impending fatal termination. The baby was given a complete intravenous feeding for five days with fats, carbohydrate, and amino acids in proportions and(More)
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