1917 Journal of the American Medical Association  
quinin is administered intravenously or by mouth. Ravaut and de Kcrdrel were able to effect a cure in fifty-three cases in which all other methods of treatment had failed. They have also obtained good results in the treatment of malarial hematuria and gastric hemorrhages of malarial origin. At the same time, the general condition of the patient was greatly improved. Recurrence of Mumps According to Florand, the recurrence of mumps, less rare than one would believe, is common in certain
more » ... in certain countries. He made this observation in the contagious service of the Valde-Grâce Hospital, where a number of Annamites were treated for the third and even the fourth attack of mumps. Unless there was a complicating orchitis, the condition was
doi:10.1001/jama.1917.04270040186019 fatcat:7edytcqywvdkhoxziflcz4t7na