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Clinical reports on continued fever based on analyses of one hundred and sixty-four cases

with remarks on the management of continued fever; the identity of typhus and typhoid fever; relapsing fever; diagnosis, etc. : to which is added a memoir on the transportation and diffusion by contagion of typhoid fever, as exemplified in the occurrence of the disease at North Boston, Erie County, N.Y.

by Flint, Austin

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Published by Lindsay & Blakiston in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Typhoid fever,
  • Fever,
  • Typhoid Fever

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Austin Flint
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 390 p. ;
    Number of Pages390
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24662671M
    OCLC/WorldCa14832907

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Clinical reports on continued fever based on analyses of one hundred and sixty-four cases by Flint, Austin Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Author(s): Flint,Austin, Title(s): Clinical reports on continued fever based on analyses of one hundred and sixty-four cases: with remarks on the management of continued fever, the identity of typhus and typhoid fever, relapsing fever, diagnosis, etc.: to which is added a memoir on the transportation and diffusion by contagion of typhoid fever, as exemplified in the occurrence.

Clinical reports on continued fever based on analyses of one hundred and sixty-four cases: with remarks on the management of continued fever; the identity of typhus and typhoid fever; relapsing fever; diagnosis, etc.: to which is added a memoir on the transportation and diffusion by contagion of typhoid fever, as exemplified in the occurrence.

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Using typhus as its lens, it demonstrates how the complexities of early twentieth century bacteriology, French imperial ideology, the "Pastorian mission," and conditions in colonial Tunisia blended to inform the triumphs and.

Clinical reports on continued fever based on analyses of one hundred and sixty-four cases: with remarks on the management of continued fever, the identity of typhus and typhoid fever, relapsing fever, diagnosis, etc.: to which is added a memoir on the transportation and diffusion by contagion of typhoid fever, as exemplified in the occurrence.

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