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stomach. Montreal M. J., 1895-6, xxiv, 81-86.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 156.

John Keats, the apothecary poet. Baltimore, Friedenwald Co.,

1896. 18 p. 12°.

Also: Johns Hopkins Hosp. Bull., Bait, 1896, vii, 11-16.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 164.

Thomas Dover, M. D. (of Dover's powder), physician and buc-
caneer. Baltimore, Friedenwald Co., 1896. 18 p. 12°.
Also: Johns Hopkins Hosp. Bull., Bait., 1896, vii, 1-6.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 165.

Addison's disease. Med. Bull., Phila., 1896, xviii, 81-84.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 168.

On the association of enormous heart hypertrophy, chronic pro-
liferative peritonitis and recurring ascites, with adherent
pericardium. Arch. Pediat, N. Y., 1896, xiii, 1-10.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 169.

Hemiplegia in typhoid fever. J. Nerv. & Ment Dis., N. Y., 1896,
n. s., xxi, 295-304.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 170.

Diseases of the blood and the ductless glands.

In: Am. Text-book Applied Therap., Phila., 1896, 902-927.
In his: Collect repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 171.

The cerebral complications of Raynaud's disease. Am. J. M. Sc,
Phila., 1896, n. s., cxii, 522-529.
In his: Collect repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 172.

Lectures on angina pectoris and allied states. N. York M. J.,
1896, Ixiv, 177; 249; 281; 346.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 173.

The study of the fevers of the South. J. Am. M. Sc, Chicago,
1896, xxi, 999-1004.

Treatment of fevers. Maritime M. News, Halifax, 1896, viii,
183-186.



146 Sir William Osler, Bart.

Association of American Medical Colleges. Bull. Am. Acad. M.,
Easton, Pa., 1895-6, ii, 508-510.

Chills in typhoid fever. Univ. M. Mag., Phila., 1895-6, viii, 77-85.

Pleuro-peritoneal tuberculosis. (Proc. Johns Hopkins Hosp. Med.
Soc, Nov. 4, 1896.) Johns Hopkins Hosp. Bull., Bait., 1896,
vii, 79.

Case of Addison's disease; death during treatment with the
suparenal extract. (Proc. Johns Hopkins Hosp. Med. Soc,
Oct. 19, 1896.) Johns Hopkins Hosp. Bull., Bait., 1896, vii,
208-209.

Ephemerides, 1895:
I. Introduction.
II. Heberden's nodes.

III, Geographical tongue.

IV. Buccal leucoplacia.

V. Acute gout in the United States.
VI. Calcification of the auricle.
VII. Arthritis deformans in childhood.
VIII. Unusual types of night-terrors; day-terrors.
IX. Tobacco angina.
X. Unusually persistent oxyuris.
XI. Is the coin sound distinctive of pneumothorax?
XII. Head-swaying in children.

Montreal M. J., 1895-6, xxiv, 518; 631; 694; 777; 877; 969.

1897

Lectures on angina pectoris and allied states. New York, 1897,
D. Appleton & Co., 160 p. 8°.

Collected reprints. Third series. (January 1, 1892- January 1,
1897.) [Bait, 1897.]

On six cases of Addison's disease, with the report of a case greatly
benefited by the use of the suprarenal extract. Internat. M.
Mag., Phila., 1896-7, v, 3-11.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 167.

On the classification of the tics or habit movements. Arch.
Pediat., N. Y., 1897, xiv, 1-5.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 174.

On certain features in the prognosis of pneumonia. Am. J. M.
Sc, Phila., 1897, n. s., cxiii, 1-10.
Also: North Car. M. J., Wilmington, 1897, xxxix, 295-307.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 175.

Mitral stenosis; sudden death; ball thrombus in the left auricle.
Montreal M. J., 1896-7, xxv, 729-731.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 176.

The diagnosis of malarial fever. Med. News, N. Y., 1897, Ixx,
289-292.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 177.

On certain unusual forms of paraesthetic meralgia. J. Nerv. &
Ment. Dis., N. Y., 1897, xxiv, 131-137.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 178.



Bibliography 147



The functions of a state faculty. President's address delivered
before the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, at
the 99th annual session, Baltimore, Md., April 27, 1897.
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Maryland, Bait, 1897, 21-29.
In his: Collect repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 179.

A case of leprosy, with exhibition of patient. Maryland M. J.,
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Ephemerides, 1897:

XIII. Rheumatic neuritis associated with subcutaneous fibroid

nodules.

XIV. Bright's disease or myxoedema.

XV. Remarkable noisy expiration in chronic emphysema.
XVI. Chills and fevers in postpartum anaemia.
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Montreal M. J., 1896-7, xxv, 642; 794; 890; 952.

A clinical lecture on the ball-valve gall-stone in the common duct.
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In his: Collect repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 180.

Nurse and patient An address. Baltimore, 1897, J. Murphy &
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Influence of Louis on American medicine. Johns Hopkins Hosp.
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British medicine in Greater Britain. The address in medicine
at the British Medical Association, Montreal, meeting. Bos-
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Also: Med. Rec, N. Y., 1897, lii, 333-340.

Also: Montreal M. J., 1897, xxvi, 186-203.

In his: Collect repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 183.

Hepatic complications of typhoid fever. Tr. Assn. Am. Physicians,
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Internal medicine as a vocation. Med. News, N. Y., 1897, Ixxi,
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Pneumonia: A review of the cases studied by the third and
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In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 186.
Occasional notes on American medical classics; introductory
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vania Hospital, delivered there on the 3d of December, 1776,
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148 SiE William Oslee, Bart.

Sporadic cretinism in America. Am, J. M. Sc, Phila., 1897, cxiv,
377-401.
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In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 188.

Address in medicine. Brit. M. J., Lond., 1897, ii, 576-581.
Also [Abstr.]: Lancet, Lond., 1897, ii, 584-589.
Also: Brit. M. Ass. Daily J., Montreal, 1897, Part 3, 42-50.

Address in medicine, at the sixty-fifth, annual meeting of the
British Medical Association, Montreal, Aug. 31 to Sept. 4,

1897. J. Am. M. Ass., Chicago, 1897, xxix, 507-512.

La medicine anglaise dans la Nouvelle Angleterre. [Trans.]
Union med. du Canada, Montreal, 1897, xxvi, 595-599.

Relapses in typhoid fever. J. Am. M. Ass., Chicago, 1897, xxix,
97.

The disguises of typhoid fever. Gaillard's M. J., N. Y., 1897,
Ixiv, 350-352.

Tuberculosis. Syst. Pract. M. (Loomis), N. Y. & Phila. 1897, i,
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1898

The principles and practice of medicine. Designed for the use
of practitioners and students of medicine. 3. ed. New York,

1898, D. Appleton & Co., 1181 p. 8°.

Spontaneous pneumothorax. Maryland M. J,, Bait., 1897-8,
xxxviii, 461-463.

Pneumonia. J. Pract. Med., N. Y., 1897-8, viii, 308-311.

On chronic symmetrical enlargement of the salivary and lach-
rj^mal glands. Am. J. M. Sc, Phila., 1898, cxv, 27-30.
In Ms: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, 189.

On some of the intestinal features of typhoid fever. Phila. M. J.,
1898 i 30-32
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Ein Fall von Fistula oesophago-pleuro-thoracica. Arch. f. Ver-
dauungskr., Berl., 1898, iii, 383-386.
In Ms: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 191.

The relation of typhoid mortality and sewerage. Maryland M. J.,
Bait., 1897-8, xxxviii, 217-218.
In Ms: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 192.

Leprosy in the United States, with the report of a case. Johns
Hopkins Hosp. Bull., Bait, 1898, ix, 47-49.
In Ms: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 193.

On diffuse scleroderma; with special reference to diagnosis, and
to the use of the thyroid-gland extract. J. Cutan. & Genito-
urin. Dis., N. Y., 1898, xvi, 49; 127.
In Ms: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 194.

Cerebral features of pneumonia. Maryland M. J., Bait., 1897-8,
xxxviii, 381-383.
In Ms: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 195.

Cerebro-spinal fever. Maryland M. J., Bait., 1898, xxxix, 717-723.
In Ms: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 196.



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The arthritis of cerebro-spinal fever. Boston M. & S. J., 1898,
cxxxix, 641-643.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 197.

Ephemerides, 1897:

XX. The blood coagulation time in jaundice.
XXI. Facial paralysis with herpes zoster.
XXII. Paralysis of the ocular muscles in albuminuria.

Montreal M. J., 1898, xxvii, 36-38.

Tuberculosis. Am. Text-Bk. Dis. Child. (Starr), 2. ed. Phila.,

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1899

On the study of pneumonia. St. Paul M. J., St. Paul, Minn., 1899,
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In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 198.

The problem of typhoid fever in the United States. Baltimore,

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Also: Albany M. Ann., 1899, xx, 121-130.
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In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 199.

An acute myxoedematous condition with tachycardia, glycosuria,
melaena, mania, and death. J. Nerv. & Ment. Dis., N. Y., 1899,
xxvi, 65-71.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 200.

The clinical features of sporadic trichinosis. Am. J. M. Sc, Phila.,
1899, n. s., cxvii, 251-265.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 201.

In memoriam, William Pepper. Phila. M. J., 1899, iii, 607-611.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 202.

Chronic splenic enlargement with recurring gastro-intestinal
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Cavendish lecture. On the etiology and diagnosis of cerebro-
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In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 205.

After twenty-five years. An address at the opening of the session
of the medical faculty, McGill University, Sept. 21, 1899.
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In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 206.

The diagnosis of typhoid fever. A discussion at the New York
State Medical Association, October 25 1899. N. York M. J.,
1899, Ixx, 673-676.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 207.

Clinical remarks on hypertrophic cirrhosis of the liver with
bronzing of the skin: haemochromatosis. Brit. M. J., Lond.,
1899, ii, 1595-1596.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 208.



150 Sir William Oslee, Bart.

On the medical tests for admission to the public services (Dis-
cussion). Brit. M. J., Lond., 1899, ii, 574.

The preventive and remedial treatment of tuberculosis (Discus-
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Blood parasites of frog's. N. York M. J., 1899, Ixix, 63.

Clinical microscopy at Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore,
United States of America. Brit. M. J., Lond., 1899, i, 69-70.

1900

On splenic anaemia. Am. J. M. Sc, Phila., 1900, n. s., cxix, 54-73.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 209.

The home treatment of consumption. Maryland M. J., Bait., 1900,
xliii, 8-12.
Also: Med. Mirror, St. Louis, 1900, xi, 165-169.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 210.

A case of multiple gangrene in malarial fever. Johns Hopkins
Hosp. Bull., Bait, 1900, xi, 41-42.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 211.

The visceral lesions of the erythema group. Brit. J. Dermat.,
Lond., 1900, xii, 227-245.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 213.

An address on the importance of post-graduate study. Lancet,
Lond., 1900, ii, 73-75.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 214.

Elisha Bartlett, a Rhode Island philosopher. An address delivered
before the Rhode Island Medical Society, Dec. 7, 1899. With
an appendix containing Dr. Bartlett's sketch of Hippocrates.
Providence, 1900, Snow & Furnham, 43 p. 8°.

Also: Boston M. & S. J., 1900, cxlii, 49; 77.

In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 215.

An address on John Locke as a physician. Delivered before the
Students' Societies of the Medical Department of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania on Jan. 16, 1900. Lancet, Lond., 1900,
ii, 1115-1123.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 216.

Hemiplegia in typhoid fever. Johns Hopkins Hosp. Rep., Bait.,
1900, viii, 363-371.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 217.

Hepatic complications of typhoid fever. Johns Hopkins Hosp.
Rep., Bait., 1900, viii, 373-383.
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Analysis and general summary of the cases [of typhoid fever]
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421-422
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Special features, symptoms and complications [of typhoid fever].
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On the study of tuberculosis. Phila. M. J., 1900, vi, 1029-1030.
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Fatal angina pectoris without lesions of the coronary arteries in
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1901

The principles and practice of medicine. Designed for the use of
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The past century; its progress in great subjects. Medicine.
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152 Sir William Oslek, Bart.

The medical aspects of carcinoma of the breast, with a note on the
spontaneous disappearance of secondary growths. Am. Med.,
Phila., 1901, i, 17; 63.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 226.

Hemorrhage in chronic jaundice (Correspondence). Am. Med.,
Phila., 1901, i, 152.

On the advantages of a trace of albumin and a few tube casts in
the urine of certain men above fifty years of age. N. York
M. J., 1901, Ixxiv, 949-950.

Also: Indian M. Rec, Calcutta, 1902, xxii, 92-93.

In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 227.

Congenital absence of the abdominal muscles, with distended and
liypertrophied urinary bladder. Johns Hopkins Hosp. Bull.,
Bait, 1901, xii, 331-333.
In his: Collect, repr., 1897-1902, iv, no. 228.

On a family form of recurring epistaxis, assgciated with multiple
telangiectases of the skin and mucous membranes. Johns
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The natural method of teaching the subject of medicine. J. Am.
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The study of internal medicine. Med. News, N. Y., 1901, Ixxviii,
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The spinal form of arthritis deformans. Remarks introductory to
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1901, xvi, 687-689.

1902

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On the diagnosis of bilateral cystic kidney. Am. Med., Phila.,
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On amebic abscess of the liver. Med. News, N. Y., 1902, Ixxx,
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Amebic dysentery. Therap. Gaz., Detroit, 1902, 3. s., xviii, 217-218.
Also: Proc. Phila. Co. M. Soc, Phila., 1902, n. s., iv, 44-46.
In his: Collect, repr., 1902-1907, v, no. 232.

Note on the occurrence of ascites in solid abdominal tumors.
Phila. M. J., 1902, ix, 928-929.
In his: Collect, repr., 1902-1907, v, no. 233.

Alfred Stille. Univ. Penn. Med. Bull., Phila., 1902, xv, 126-132.
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Notes on aneurism. J. Am. M. Ass., Chicago, 1902, xxxviii, 1483-
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1903

Case of leukaemia. Virginia M. Semi-Month., Richmond, 1902-3,
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On the need of a radical reform in our methods of teaching senior
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A case of chronic purpuric erythema (eight years' duration) with
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154 Sir William Oslee, Baet.



On the so-called Stokes-Adams disease (slow pulse with syncopal
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Chronic cyanosis with polycythaemia and enlarged spleen; a new
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The master-word in medicine. An address to medical students
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Also: Johns Hopkins Hosp. Bull., Bait, 1904, xv, 1-7.

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The home in its relation to the tuberculosis problem. Med. News,
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On the visceral manifestations of the erythema group of skin
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Also: Am. J. M. Sc, Phila., 1904, cxxvii, 1-23.
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Diabetes in infancy. Phila. M. J., 1903, xi, 538.

The significance of cutaneous angiomata. Med. News, N. Y., 1903,
Ixxxii, 91.

The varieties of linese albicantes. Med. News, N. Y., 1903, Ixxxiii,
904.

Aneurism of upper part of thoracic aorta. (Proc. Johns Hopkins
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Certain forms of cyanosis with polycythaemia. (Proc. Johns
Hopkins Hosp. Med. Soc, Nov. 17, 1902.) Johns Hopkins
Hosp. Bull., 1903, xiv, 91.
Also: Maryland M. J., Bait, 1903, xlvi, 81-82.

Two cases of cirrhosis of the liver in children. (Proc. Johns Hop-
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Bull., Bait., 1903, xiv, 322.

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Aequanimitas, with other addresses to medical students, nurses
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The same. Lond., 1904, H. K. Lewis, 389 p. 12°.

The Ingersoll lecture, 1904. Science and immortality. Boston,
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The " phthisiologia " of Richard Morton, M. D. Med. Libr. & Hist.
J., Brooklyn, 1904, ii, 1-7.
In his: Collect, repr., 1902-1907, v, no. 252.

Ochronosis: the pigmentation of cartilages, sclerotics, and skin
in alkaptonuria. Lancet, Lond., 1904, i, 10-11.
In his: Collect, repr., 1902-1907, v, no. 253.

On the surgical importance of the visceral crises in the erythema
group of skin diseases. Am. J. M. Sc, Phila. & N. Y., 1904,
n. s., cxxvii, 751-754.

Also: Johns Hopkins Hosp. Bull., Bait, 1904, xv, 259-261.

In his: Collect, repr., 1902-1907, v, no. 254.

Angina pectoris and arterio-sclerosis. J. Am. M. Ass., Chicago,

1904, xliii, 775.

Chronic cyanotic polycythaemia with enlarged spleen. Brit. M. J.,
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Korsakoff's disease. N. York M. J. [etc.], 1904, Ixxix, 570.

Vasomotor mottling. (Proc. Johns Hopkins Hosp. Med. Soc,
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Aneurism of arch of aorta and innominate. (Proc. Johns Hopkins
Hosp. Med. Soc, Nov. 16, 1903.) Johns Hopkins Hosp. Bull.,
Bait, 1904, XV, 66.

Remarks at the unveiling of the memorial tablet to Dr. Jesse W.
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The home in its relation to the tuberculosis problem. Sanitarian,
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