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The present edition of this work is a full revision of the former edition of ten years ago, with a summary of the literature since that time, and the addition of five new chapters in the complications and sequelæ of variola, scarlet fever, measles, varicella and rubella. Nearly 300 pages are devoted to typhoid alone, and deal only with atypical, or unusual manifestations, and their differential diagnosis. The review of the literature is exhaustive and up to date, and full references, often in great profusion, are given at the bottom of each page. A valuable feature is the abundance of statistical information given throughout the volume. The treatment is left untouched. The reader will perhaps find it a little difficult to see just why the complications and sequelæ, alone, of the exanthemata should be included in a volume three-fourths of which is devoted to typhoid, and will perhaps feel a
The Medical Complications, Accidents and Sequels of Typhoid Fever and the Other Exanthemata.. JAMA. 1910;LIV(13):1080. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550390062028
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