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Chicago, August 11, 1884.
The youngest on record—not the worm, but the patient having it. It is not that tænia is a rare bird, or the catching of it a matter requiring much skill, yet because of the "early youth" of the patient I give you the facts. Ella May Sullivan, of Chicago, born December, 1881—consequently 2½ years old— latterly passed sections of the saginati. On Saturday was relieved of the "varmint." Who can give dates of a younger child passing tænia? Look up your records.
Wilkins JR. TÆNIA SAGINATI.. JAMA. 1884;III(8):223. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390570027011