ON A CASE OF HYDROPHOBIA

W.Mitchell Roocroft
1883 The Lancet  
538 sideration. There were no symptoms present at any time to direct attention to the chest-neither pain, cough, dyspnoea" nor expectoration. The case was a severe and complicated one throughout, all the symptoms were brought on by free living, the jaundice and diarrhoea being the fruits of a troublesome gastro-duodenal and intestinal catarrh. Listowel.
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