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Minnesota Medicine Volume 4. Minnesota Medical Association

Minnesota Medicine Volume 4
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Author: Minnesota Medical Association
Number of Pages: 578 pages
Published Date: 01 Mar 2012
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9781130826722
File size: 40 Mb
File Name: Minnesota.Medicine.Volume.4.pdf
Download Link: Minnesota Medicine Volume 4
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 Excerpt: ...Absence of bacilli after one or several examinations is not proof against the presence of active disease. It means only that there is no bronchial ulceration. Sputum is comparatively rare in tuberculosis in childhood. Blood-spitting even so much as a teaspoonfol when raised from the lungs with or without sputum should be called tuberculosis until ruled out as caused by other conditions such as mitral stenosis. Blood streaks or spots may or may not mean tuberculosis. Hemoptysis in apparently young healthy persons has not infrequently been the first symptom of the disease. More often it occurs after considerable exertion or after failing health for a month or two. The bleeding of early pulmonary tuberculosis is usually slight but is likely to recur. Hemoptysis occurs about nine times as frequently in the parenchymatous as in the peribronchial type. A slight dyspnoea on exertion may occur in early phthisis although it is usually associated with more extensive disease. Hoarseness or a persistent huskiness needs attention. This is a rare symptom in childhood. Of the general symptoms, fever is the most important initial one and in the early stage when tubercles are forming it is a constant symptom. In adults a slight but persistent rise in temperature over 99.4 degrees F. when taken by mouth for five minutes and at least four times daily over a period of a week is significant and should constitute fever. In very young children rectal temperature only is dependable. To have fever in a child, in a pathologic sense, there must be more or less constant elevation of temperature over 100 degrees taken at various times during the day and lasting over a period of at least a week. An occasional temperature of 99 should not be considered fever. And it must also be remember...

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