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" Herman makes these deductions: (1) Cases of scarlatinal infection through open wounds have the following characteristics: (a) The period of incubation is short, (b) There is a characteristic change in the appearance of the wound following infection, (c)... "
Pediatrics: Orthopedic surgery - Page 100
1906
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St. Louis Courier of Medicine, Volume 33

1905 - 406 pages
...open wound. Such infections have the following characteristics : The period of incubation is short. There is a characteristic change in the appearance of the wound following infection. The neighboring lymph nodes become enlarged. The rash usually (but not necessarily) begins at the point...
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The Woman's Medical Journal, Volume 16

1906 - 238 pages
...had been similarly neglected; and in this child the same exceptions to the usual s\mptoms were noted. (1) Cases of scarlatinal infection through open wounds...is short, (b) There is a characteristic change in Che appearance of the wound following infection, (c) The neighboring lymph nodes become enlarged, (d)...
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Railway Surgical Journal, Volume 12

1906 - 646 pages
...but the medical man. THE INFECTION WITH SCARLET FEVER THROUGH ОРЕХ WOUNDS. BY CHARLES HERRMAX. MD (1) Cases of scarlatinal infection through open wounds...not necessarily) begins at the point of inoculation. (в) The throat symptoms are mild. There is no ex˙date or marked involvement of the submaxillary glands....
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The St. Louis Medical Review, Volume 52

Medicine - 1905 - 572 pages
...Charles Herrman (Archives of Paediatrics, Oct., 1905), gives the following summary of his article: (i) Cases of scarlatinal infection through open wounds...not necessarily) begins at the point of inoculation, (f) The throat symptoms are mild. There is no ex˙date on them or marked involvement of the submaxillary...
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The Carolina Medical Journal, Volume 53

1905 - 536 pages
...authors and detail histories of two cases (patients) of his own he gives the following as a summary : (1) Cases of scarlatinal infection through open wounds...characteristics: — (a) The period of incubation is short. (6) There is a characteristic change in the appearance of the wound following infection, (c) The neighboring...
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