Interesting Surgical Cases

J. J. CHISOLM
1857 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
demie form is decided by the old writers as being very fatal, and exhibiting all the symptoms of Asiatic cholera of modern times, the further fact that the same organs are affected in the so-called two diseases in the same way, and the additional consideration that a person dying with sporadic and another with Asiatic cholera exhibit, so far as we can learn, the same condition of things, are all, we conceive, very strong evidences of the truth of our position. If we succeed at all in allaying
more » ... t all in allaying the constant talk every summer about " Asiatic cholera," we shall be paid for our trouble in preparing this paper.
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