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Infective and epidemic jaundice, including 'spirochaetal jaundice' (Weil's disease) and non-spirochaetal infective catarrhal jaundice (also Weil's disease without jaundice)

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Parkes Weber, Frederick (1863-1962)
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Notes on various spirochaetal diseases (for comparison) and on 'febris quintana' or 'French fever' etc; on non-pathogenic spirochaetes. Jaundice in dogs and animals and leptospiral infection. Jaundice in schools. Biopsies in acute hepatitis etc (aspiration biopsy). Jaundice, and sometimes acute hepatic necrosis following transfusions of blood or blood serum, treatment by vaccines and serum treatment of any kind (to comparison) of allergic jaundice



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