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The attacks of dysentery, or dysenteric diarrhoea, usually yielded readily to treatment; the febrile attacks did not, they ended, as they began,"of themselves," unaffected by any remedy. Several months of symptoms should be charted on the same page. Wilson, director, commanding ambulance usage sccti( A.
This observer found a bacillus in the blood of the spleen of a woman which the spleen was also ati'ected.