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January 1938

Significance of Hemolytic Streptococcic Bacteremia: A Study of Two Hundred and Forty-Six Patients

Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1938;61(1):160. doi:10.1001/archinte.1938.00180070165018

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Abstract

The legend for chart 6 in the article by Drs. Chester S. Keefer, Franz J. Ingelfinger and Wesley W. Spink entitled "Significance of Hemolytic Streptococcic Bacteremia: A Study of Two Hundred and Forty-Six Patients," which appeared in the December issue (Arch. Int. Med.60:1084, 1937), should read:

"Temperatures of patients with hemolytic streptococcic bacteremia for whom culture of the blood was made. The blood was cleared promptly in all but 2 patients without abscess formation, and recovery followed. The arrows indicate the time of incision of an abscess."

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