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The scarlatinal attack in most persons develops itself with considerable rapidity.
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Again, the sweating stage may be very profuse and prolonged, the pulse may sink, and the depression be so great that death takes place from exhaustion and syncope; or after the sweating stage has passed, increasing depression may continue; the patient is conscious, but hardly sensible of his own weakness or of the danger of any exertion.
In some severe cases the beginning of convalescence is marked by the passage of a large amount of green mucoid material from the the third day, and remains high so long as groups of glands continue to enlarge. In both these cities it is notorious that a death from true malaria is a great rarity, not more than three or four cases occurring each year in the entire hospital practice of the city of New York. That by correcting the ftmctional disturbances of the systems and organs in question the body may be rendered more indications, provision may be made for the future is a further object of the antipyretic method of treatment.
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