YEAST CELLS AS A PROBABLE CAUSE OF ULCERATIVE KERATITIS.PRELIMINARY REPORT

GEORGE F. KETPER
1907 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
Observation 16.-Extremely emaciated infant, 1 month old; fed on a modification of milk and never did well. Weight at birth, 2500 grams (5% pounds) ; weight at autopsy, 1870 grams (4% pounds). This infant was one of twins; the other infant was fed on the same mixture and treated in same way and was said to be doing well. Postmortem examination showed a terminal infection with streptococcus.
doi:10.1001/jama.1907.25320030014002d fatcat:oq2sogjcznawnajdyecsvdj4vu