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A DEATH UNDER ANESTHESIA DUE TO STATUS LYMPHATICUS

ERNEST B. BRADLEY
1910 Journal of the American Medical Association  
Case 1.-History.-The patient was an Italian girl, aged 6. The parents stated that, with the exception of a slight attack of bronchitis when 2 years of age, their daughter had never been sick. The illness began two days before the patient was seen by me. The child seemed "feverish" and complained of headache. During the evening of the day the symptoms ap¬ peared the mother discovered the skin eruption, which she described as being "warts with water in them." Two days following the appearance of
more » ... the appearance of the eruption the family noticed that the patient "was not right in her head" and sent to the dispensary for a physician. Examination.-There were forty or fifty varieellous lesions scattered well over the chest, abdomen and back, with a few on the extremities. The temperature was 103.2 F. and the
doi:10.1001/jama.1910.92550480001001o fatcat:pxo457ocsjbk7nntjuhlrhw4pa