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The Surgical Complications and Sequels of Typhoid Fever
William Williams Keen,George Edmund De Schweinitz
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abdominal abscess affections appear arise artery attack blood body bone bowel cause cavity cent chapter Chir closed clot complication condition convalescence course Death died discharge disease entirely especially examination exist extended fact fatal fifteen five followed four frequent gall-bladder gangrene give gland hemorrhage Hospital illustrations important incision infection intestinal involved joints Jour klin larynx later least Lecture lesions less lower March Medical meningitis months nearly necrosis observed occurred opened operation origin pain patient perforation period peritonitis possible present probably produce pure culture pyogenic rare recorded recovered recovery referred region removed reported result ribs seems seen severe showed side similar sometimes spleen suppuration surgical sutures swelling symptoms third week tion tissue treatment trouble tumor twenty typhoid bacillus typhoid fever typhus ulcers usually veins wall week Wochen