Individual case reports should be made if there are sufficient grounds for believing that something unusual is to be presented. In the instance under consideration there are many instructive, puzzling and gratifying experiences which form the basis for inquiry and for a statement of the record.
Deductions of dogmatic character cannot be drawn, but it is safe to add these experiences to those already accumulated, and from the whole some inference may be justifiable.
In order to bring the problem at once before the reader, a summary of the salient facts will be given here and elaborated on later in the paper.
REPORT OF CASE
S. S., a child aged 11 years, was injured in an automoble accident on March 23, 1935. He was picked up by a passing motorist and taken to an institution, where roentgenograms of the skull and one of the clavicle were taken. The original pictures
COHN I. INFLUENZAL MENINGITIS: REPORT OF A CASE WITH RECOVERY. Arch Surg. 1937;34(3):398–409. doi:10.1001/archsurg.1937.01190090023002
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