THE PRESENT STATUS OF OUR KNOWLEDGE CONCERNING THE BACTERIOLOGY AND SERUM TREATMENT OF DIPHTHERIA

SAMUEL E. ALLEN
1900 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
to work the threads. These people have the disease as marked as you see it anywhere, notwithstanding that for twelve months in the year they work in an atmosphere with if anything more than ordinary humidity. Dr. C. M. Cobb, Lynn, Mass.-There are several very peculiar things in connection with atrophie conditions of the nose and pharynx. The typical atrophie pharynx is not a pharynx with the crust formation. The atrophy of the nose, if we begin with that part of it, is a very curious formation.
more » ... curious formation. The atrophy does not take place where the disease is. The disease and crust formation are around the middle turbinate, which is the last place to get well and the first to become affected. If I understand Dr. Freudenthal, he claimed that the air in the furnace is heated and the moisture is driven off. As I understand it, in the furnace the cold air passes over the hot iron and the tem-
doi:10.1001/jama.1900.24620410024001g fatcat:krip5towxvdfhh2ihoasx6pt3u