publication . Article . 1919


W. G. MacCallum;
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  • Published: 08 Mar 1919 Journal: Journal of the American Medical Association, volume 72, page 720 (issn: 0002-9955, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: American Medical Association (AMA)
Contributions to the study of the pneumonia following influenza in the recent epidemic are still desirable because of the difference of opinion as to its nature and causes that has been evidenced by numerous published papers. All have agreed as to the uniform character of the disease influenza wherever it has appeared in its swing across the continent, but conflicting views have been presented as to its etiology and as to the relation of various bacteria discovered in the respiratory tract, especially in cases of pneumonia, to the original disease and to the pneumonia. The dispute is concerned more particularly with the part played by the Bacillus inflenzae of P...
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