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The following case is reported because of its being readily mistaken for an ordinary febrile affection. Its probable nature was determined only by the development of a bladder paralysis and the results of lumbar puncture. On October 4, a Harvard student consulted me for an ordinary upper respiratory inflammation; rhinitis and pharyngitis were moderately severe, but without febrile disturbance. Owing to his susceptibility to colds, as a matter of prudence he was kept in bed until October 7; ondoi:10.1001/jama.1915.25710320001016 fatcat:eqqtigxlbbeb3nurgh23wjsklm