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Nephritis in the British Troops in Flanders: A Preliminary Note
QJM: Quarterly journal of medicine
DURING the earlier months of the campaign the number of cases of nephritis seen in the base hospitals was remarkably small, and in a group of such hospitals under my observation, where there were several thousand beds, I only saw, at this period, a few isolated cases of no great clinical interest. These were principally cases of chronic renal disease in men who had rejoined the army from the reserve, and where, under the stress of the campaign, the chronic malady had progressed more rapidlydoi:10.1093/qjmed/os-9.34.125 fatcat:ddm3lckmzba2djquyvrvadlgr4