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This contains the most complete report of the cases during the late Bubonic epidemic at Bombay that has appeared. Fifty-four autopsies were made of the cases, 47 by the members of the Austrian Plague Commission and the remainder by the hospital staff. Nearly one-half of the bound volume is occupied by clinical charts.
We referred to this in our editorial on p. 29 of the current volume.
Report on Bubonic Plague. Being a report based upon observation on 939 cases of Bubonic Plague, treated at the Municipal Hospital for infectious diseases at Arthur Road, Bombay, from September 24, 1896, to February 28, 1897. JAMA. 1898;XXXI(2):95. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450020051019
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