APHASIA WITH LETTER-BLINDNESS, WITHOUT WORD-BLINDNESS; WITH RIGHT HEMIPLEGIA AND PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS

GUY HINSDALE
1901 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
may have a purulent conjunctivitis and if the pus is drained through the nose there may be no dacryocystitis, but let there be some occlusion and inflammation at once takes place, and so here the pus is retained if there is occlusion, and then we get the typical symptoms of mastoidi.tis. In regard to the occurrence of mastoiditis. in the negro, Dr. Calhoun's cases must be very mild, for I have seen many cases in the negro and I do not think there is any differentiation to be made as, to the
more » ... made as, to the negro race. There is no doubt that not every ease of mastoiditis needs operation, but how we can determine how many need it and how many do not is very difficult to answer. While the
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