Myatonia Congenita, with Report of Cases

Charles Hunter Dunn
1914 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
2.89 gr., glycogen 6.32 gr., corresponding to 63 calories. The comparison demonstrates that 24 hours after taking the last meal the glycogen combustion is essentially higher, and the fat combustion lower than 48 hours after feeding. Finally, in order to show the difference of metabolism between the fasting-sleeping state and the state immediately after feeding and while awake, I add the results of another respiratory porary ameliorations. There was increase in the mucus accumulations and in the
more » ... fits of choking, and the child died in one of these attacks. Case 2. History. E. S., aged 5 months. Seen July 28, 1912. The father and mother are both well. One other child five years old is well. No other pregnancies. The mother had a very trouble-
doi:10.1056/nejm191407301710503 fatcat:xbub6fz3wzdr3mefpqboyx2df4