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  • Tom Dicke
  • Journal of the history of medicine and allied…
  • 2015
This study looks at public awareness and understanding of the Spanish flu in the United States between June 1918, when the flu became "Spanish," and the end of September when the deadly second wave reached the majority of the country. Based on an extensive reading of local newspapers, it finds a near universal lack of preparation or panic or other signs of(More)
The following is a description of the clinical and roentgenographic findings in a case exhibiting a condition of interest to the orthopaedic surgeon. Initial history, physical findings, and roentgenographic examinations are found on this page. The diagnosis and discussion of this case are presented on the following pages.
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