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June 16, 1888


JAMA. 1888;X(24):760-761. doi:10.1001/jama.1888.02400500028010

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Report of the Cincinnati Hospital; Mortality from Typhoid Fever and Sunstroke—Symptoms in Typhoid Cases—Complications in Acute Rheumatism—Hemiplegia—Phthisis—Complications in Bright's Disease— Injuries followed by Tetanas—Obstetrical Statistics— Death of Eminent Medical Men—Dr. C. D. Palmer.

The twenty-seventh annual report of the Cincinnati Hospital has just been issued, and it is the best report that has ever been issued from that institution. It gives evidence of much care in its arrangement and painstaking in the material selected for publication. The following quotation from the report of the medical staff will suffice to show where a large part of the credit for the admirable report belongs: "All of these cases have been carefully classified according to the nomenclature of the Royal College of Physicians of Lowdon, 1885, in a very extended form, by Mr. P. Alfred Marchand, Registrar to the Staff, and it is hoped it will be regarded as an important contribution

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