Abstract of Lectures on the Varieties of Phthisis

R. Southey
1873 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
OF LECTURES flammation, has been employed for separating the subforms of phthisis. Thus you will read of simple exudative phthisis, recurrent, conges-ON tive, albuminoid, corpuscular, fibrinious, and true tubercular phthisis. 'FrH1E VARILE T IES 0OF P HT H IS IS. But, clinically, you will find suchi distinctions of little use to you;
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