CLINICS OF JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS (FROM OBSERVATIONS OF THE SUMMER OF 1946 ON THE KUANTUNG PENINSULA)
ARMY BIOLOGICAL LABS FREDERICK MD
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Observations were conducted on the clinics of Japanese encephalitis in the wake of an epidemic, the patients of which were located in three hospitals. Ordinarily the patients were examined neurologically particular attention was also devoted to the pulse, breathing, blood pressure and eyebottom. Most of the observations were from the first 2-3 days of infection, thus giving a good picture of the dynamics of the clinical course of infection of this epidemic.
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