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April 1914


Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1914;XIII(4):621-623. doi:10.1001/archinte.1914.00070100114012

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Case XXIX (11).—History.  —J. D., aged 30, Hungarian, has resided in this country for about two years and speaks no English. He was first employed in West Pullman, Ill., for a short time, working in a foundry. He next worked in the car shops, assorting and piling on trucks the various kinds of wood. Patient declares that his hygienic conditions have always been good (good ventilation, no dampness, etc.) and that he has slept alone in a room which he describes as being dry and large enough for two beds. There is no history of any other occupant of the house having had the same trouble as his.Patient dates his illness from Oct. l, 1909. Illness started with a bad cold, a severe cough and pain in left side. He does not know if he had fever. Three weeks later he began to cough up blood, at

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