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of the lymph-nodes in the left axilla. A lymph-node was aspirated and nothing was found indicative of plague in the smear or culture. The palien! was given quinin and calomel and the tempérât lire became normal on the day after admission and remained practically so for two days. On the fourth day. however, the temperature rose again to 101, and a second aspiration of the lymph" node showed the case to be plagué both in smear, culture and guinea-pigs. The temperature declined again in a fewdoi:10.1001/jama.1913.04340260017010 fatcat:ts2m6dhxibau3dh5l24nndhea4