THE TREATMENT OF SCARLET FEVER, ITS COMPLICATIONS AND SEQUELÆ

H. M. McCLANAHAN
1903 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
lember of the family had measles. Three weeks ago the same symptoms developed and continued for several days, with all ic symptoms of measles save the eruption. After the fourth ay the measles eruption appeared and was well marked and typical. Db-W. C. Williams, Chicago-I labored under a misapprehension when I prepared my paper, and consequently wrote so long a paper that it was necessary to omit many portions in the reading. This accounts for certain omissions to which
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