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Volume II. Containing Researches on the Origin and Effects of Epidemic, Endemic, Infectious and Contagious Diseases; Investigations on the Nature, Causes, Relations and Treatment of Malarial (Paroxysmal) Fever, Intermittent, Remittent, Pernicious and Hæmorrhagic Malarial Fevers; Comparative Pathological Anatomy of Malarial, Typhoid and Yellow Fevers; Indigenous Remedies of the Southern States; Albinism in the Negro Race; Oriental Leprosy; Elephantiasis Græcorum, Elephant's Leg (Elephantiasis Arabum). New Orleans, La.: Joseph Jones, M.D., 156 Washington Avenue, cor. Camp Street, Fourth District. 1887.
Such is the title of a ponderous volume of more than 1,300 pages, copiously illustrated, and containing a large part of the results of a lifetime of untiring, methodical, yet varied and intelligent observation and research. The first volume of Dr. Jones's Medical and Surgical Memoirs was published in 1876, and was occupied largely with the results of his studies and observations concerning diseases of the nervous structures of the body, the
Medical and Surgical Memoirs: Containing Investigations on the Geographical Distribution, Causes, Nature, Relations and Treatment of Various Diseases. 1855-1886.. JAMA. 1887;VIII(16):446–447. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02391410026012
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