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" ... Typhoid fever; Enteric typhus ; Abdominal typhus. A continued fever, characterized by the presence of rose-colored spots, chiefly on the abdomen, and a tendency to diarrhoea, with specific lesions of the small intestines and mesenteric glands. 35.... "
Weekly return of births and deaths (infectious diseases, weather) in London ... - Página 8
por Registrar-general - 1870
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The Nomenclature of Diseases

Royal College of Physicians of London - 1869 - 327 páginas
...resembling that of measles, over the body ; occurring in the West Indies. 7. Typhus fever. Definition: A. continued fever, characterised by great prostration,...mottled rash, without specific lesion of the bowels. 8. Cérébro-spinal fever. Synonyms, Malignant purpuric fever ; Epidemic cérébro-spinal meningitis....
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The Nomenclature of Diseases Adopted by the Commissioners of Public ...

New York (N.Y.). Commissioners of Public Charities and Correction - 1870 - 86 páginas
...the body ; occurring in the YVest Indies. Typhus fever. Definition: A continued fever, characterized by great prostration, and a general dusky, mottled rash, without specific lesion of the bowels. Cerebro-spinal fever. Synonyms, Malignant purpurie fever ; Epidemic cerebro-spinal meningitis. Definition...
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Nomenclature of Diseases: With the Reports of the Majority and of the ...

American Medical Association. Committee on Nomenclature of Diseases - 1872 - 94 páginas
...small intestines and mesenteric glands. 35. Typhus fever. Typhus. A continued fever, characterized by prostration, and a general dusky, mottled rash, without specific lesion of the bowels. 36. Cerebro-spinal fever. Febris cerebro-spinalis. Syn. Epidemic cerebro-spinal meningitis ; Epidemic...
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Transactions, Volumen23

American Medical Association - 1872
...small intestines and mesenteric glands. 35. Typhus fever. Typhus. A continued fever, characterized by prostration, and a general dusky, mottled rash, without specific lesion of the bowels. 36. Cerebro-spinal fever. Febris cerebro-spinalis. Syn. Epidemic cerebro-spinal meningitis ; Epidemic...
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Nomenclature of diseases

United States. Marine Hospital Service, John Maynard Woodworth - 1874 - 210 páginas
...of measles, over the body ; occurring in the West Indies. 7. Typhus fever. (Typhus.) Definition: A. continued fever, characterised by great prostration,...mottled rash, without specific lesion of the bowels. 8. Cerebro-spinal fever. Synonyms, Malignant purpuric fever; Epidemic cerebro-spinal meningitis. (Febris...
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Practical Notes on the New American and Other Remedies

Richard Tuthill Massy - 1876 - 159 páginas
...relapsing, and (4) simple continued fever. These forms are further classified : Typhus fever— a. continued fever, characterised by great prostration,...the bowels. Enteric fever — synonym, Typhoid fever (definition) — a continued fever, characterised by the presence of rose-coloured spots, chiefly on...
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A Dictionary of Terms Used in Medicine and the Collateral Sciences

Richard Dennis Hoblyn - 1878 - 723 páginas
...entcr-oilynia (ó¿úi/i|, pain). 2. Enteric /ever. Typhoid fever. " A continued fever characterized by the presence of rose-coloured spots, chiefly on...abdomen, and a tendency to diarrhoea, with specific lésion of the bowels." — Norn, o/ Dis. Enteric fever occurring in the child is often named Infantile...
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A Dictionary of Terms Used in Medicine and the Collateral Sciences

Richard Dennis Hoblyn - 1887 - 806 páginas
...condition of coma vigil in typhoid fever. TYPHUS. FEVER (T^OJ, stupor). " A continued fever, characterized by great prostration, and a general, dusky, mottled rash, without specific lesion of the bowels." — Num. of Dis. It is designated from its prevailing character, as putrid, pestilential, malignant,...
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The Lancet, Volumen1

1869
...either typhus or enteric fever, the two forms being thus defined by the Committee : — Typhus fever : a continued fever, characterised by great prostration,...continued fever, characterised by the presence of ro»e-coloured spots, chiefly on the abdomen, and a tendency to diarrhcea, with specific lesion of...
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Transactions, Volumen23

American Medical Association - 1872
...small intestines and mesenteric glands. 35. Typhus fever. Typhus. A continued fever, characterized by prostration, and a general dusky, mottled rash, without specific lesion of the bowels. 36. Cerebro-spinal fever. Febris cerebro-spinalis. Syn. Epidemic cerebro-spinal meningitis ; Epidemic...
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