George M. Edebohls
1892 American Journal of the Medical Sciences  
262 EDEBOHLS, GYNECOLOGICAL OPERATIONS, with, or even precede with any regularity, the months of greatest fre-BifmotnSn probable that "weather" is ™e of important predisposing causes of both of the diseases studied m tbs paL although precisely which meteorological factor is the b"eful Sit dearly appear. No one element of "weather" explains fuUy the fluctuations of tee tracings for chorea, although in the bnr0"et" and storm statistics the relationship appears to be closer than to any other
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