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1916 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
cocytosis was very feeble, showed all the evidences of poor resistance and died. There was, however, an increase in the proportion of polynuclear cells in this instance, as in the others. The highest count was 34,800. Otten found a white count of from 15,000 to 20,000 in about three-quarters, and of from 25,000 to 52,000 in about one-quarter of 72 cases. The counts were normal in a very few. In only one instance did the count fall before death.
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