I. General Analysis and Summary of 229 Cases of Typhoid Fever. II. The Treatment of Typhoid Fever. III. A Study of the Fatal
Cases. IV. Special Symptoms, Complications, and Sequelae
Typhoid was a common and sometimes serious infectious disease in Osler's time, and he studied large numbers of typhoid
patients, and correlated the pathological and clinical manifestations of the disease. He was also the first to provide a thorough,
definitive description of typhoid, compiling all the current writing on the subject and combining this with his own research.
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Original Repository: Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives. William Osler Collection
Periodical: Osler, William. "I. General Analysis and Summary of 229 Cases of Typhoid Fever. II. The Treatment of Typhoid Fever. III.
A Study of the Fatal Cases. IV. Special Symptoms, Complications, and Sequelae." Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports 4, 1 ([1894-1895]):
1-72. Article. Report. 75 Images.
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Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
"Father of Modern Medicine": The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, 1889-1905