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blood pressure suddenly applied can produce croupou pneumonia without the intervention of any " inflamma tory action." The illustrations of the catarrhal pneu monias are very good, and the whole subject is well presented, although not differing essentially from that of the classical writers on the subject. In an appendix he is inclined to think that the bacillus of Koch is of the value of a secondary cause. The book is well worth the perusal of those who are especially interested iu thedoi:10.1056/nejm188310041091406 fatcat:mwwop7a46behlmc2o3zgch4x4a