Ordinarily it is very unwise for anyone to attempt to give the description and treatment of any disease which has not been made familiar to him by long practice at the bedside, and in the beginning of my paper I desire to state frankly that I have no knowledge at all of hæmorrhagic malarial fever based on personal observation. Circumstances, however, have led me to make a tolerably thorough study of this disease, and my present contribution to its natural history seems to me to be warranted by these two considerations: i. That I have accumulated a large amount of material that has not been heretofore in any proper sense of the word published; and 2. That I shall confine myself strictly to the analysis and arrangement of these new sources of information to the entire neglect of the literature of the subject. A very brief statement will show how
COCHRANE J. HÆMORRHAGIC MALARIAL FEVER AS IT OCCURS IN ALABAMA. JAMA. 1885;IV(22):591–600. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02390970003001a
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