THE PATHOLOGY AND SYMPTOMATOLOGY OF ACUTE BRONCHITIS AND BRONCHOP-NEUMONIA.Read in the Section on Diseasesof Children,at the Forty-fourth Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association

C. L. DODGE
1893 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
chitis. For this reason, it is particularly desirable that the earliest manifestations of rickets should be observed. A child whose food has been for a con¬ siderable time deficient in fat or proteids, and who is restless at night, and desires to remain uncovered, and who sweats profusely about the head, has_ rick¬ ets. Particularly is this true if, in addition, there is delayed dentition, and laryngismus stridulus, or some other neurosis. Bronchitis occurring in such a subject, demands
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