THE INCREASE OF INSANITY AND TUBERCULOSIS IN THE SOUTHERN NEGRO SINCE 1860, AND ITS ALLIANCE, AND SOME OF THE SUPPOSED CAUSES

THEOPHILUS O. POWELL
1896 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
vision in right eye 20-500 ; left eye 20-200. I could find no cause except that in March previous while on a railroad train, a steam heater burst, causing him to be unconscious for twelve hours and laying open his abdomen, in right iliac region, for four or five inches, allowing the intestines to protrude. This was properly attended to at the time and he made a good recovery and has felt no bad effects from it since. He noticed
doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02431010013002f fatcat:hjyvrvq625fipecii62o53fg3i