The report of the Ad Hoc Task Force on Circumcision1 and the letter by Dr. W. Berman2 appearing in the same issue presented us with an unusual diagnostic and therapeutic problem.

An 18-day-old infant was brought to us with a ten-hour history of mild, green, watery diarrhea and refusal to eat. There was no fever or vomiting, and on close questioning it was learned that he had been voiding normally. Over this period of time he refused to take any milk or liquids and it was this feature that had the parents particularly concerned.

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