NOTE ON THE ANATOMY OF THE EPIGLOTTIS

Mayo Collier
1889 The Lancet  
882 probably did in the first case mentioned above. M. Taupin had the opportunity of seeing thirty-six cases, all of which proved fatal. M. Tourdes records 176 deaths in 239 cases. Dr. West, in his historical work on Diseases of Children, mentions seven cases that he had himself observed, only one of which recovered. Of fifty-eight cases recorded and unrecorded (not including the above three), that we have been able to collect, twelve recovered,
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