and lobar Otitis media was in bronchopneumonia. next followed frequency, by the disorders. Brain and gastro-intestinal meningeal exclusive of conditions, those the in as occurring new-born infant, ranked fourth a cause of fever. Tuber¬ culous accounted for 44.4 brain meningitis cent of the and condi¬ per meningeal tions. diseases Contagious ranked followed the next, by tuberculosis, miliary type less being the most common: the majority of the in this were patients group 3 A than years of little more than 20 cent of the cases age. per miliary presented evidence no of while in the meningitis hospital. Charts were available the and incidence of the causes showing grouping of fever this number of It was found that among large pediatrie patients. respiratory of ear exclusive infections and disorders, diseases, tuberculosis, gastro-intestinal If three fourths of all the causes of fever. dis¬ composed meningitis, contagious and cardiac diseases skin infections were eases, pyelitis, one found that added, in more than 90 cent of all febrile cases the per diagnosis could be made with minimum of work. With most laboratory persistent will show effort, symptoms themselves if diligently sought by physical repeated examinations, supported by work. all practical laboratory there are
American journal of diseases of children – American Medical Association
Published: Apr 1, 1930
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