ABBOTT AND WIFE v. RYALL

AlfredD Fripp
1911 The Lancet  
190 and enteritis," which demand more than a human hecatomb " from child life every week in the late summer and early autumn year by year, are bracketed with " other diseases of the digestive system"; while "puerperal fever (septicxmia), &c.," are followed by other causes incident to childbirth." Now, it will be observed that every one of these diseases undoubtedly belongs to the class of the acute infections, and the infecting agent in the first two of them, at all events, has long since been identified and isolated.
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