Report of a Case of Congenital Atresia of the Oesophagus

James Lincoln Huntington, J. Herbert Young, N. Chandler Foot
1919 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
A similar bacteriological table seems obvious for the broncho-pneumonias separate from the lobar pneumonias. This is especially desired by anybody interested in the streptococcus, the importance of which has been increasingly realized with each succeeding month of the past winter and spring. It would bring out more clearly the true extent of the supposed relation between broncho-pneumonia and streptococci. This relation is of the greatest importance. It can be traced only by using thoroughly
more » ... using thoroughly reliable data. The use of any other would yield results of apparent value but really only misleading. It is felt that our data, while serviceable for the purposes of the bacteriological tables presented, are not, however, sufficiently reliable for the determination of the relationship under discussion, because:
doi:10.1056/nejm191903271801303 fatcat:gmrgqvczircrzdd5shdxpmgiwi