A Case of Erythræmia or Splenic Polycythæmia 1Reported at a meeting of the Medico-Chirurgical Society, April 14th, 1920.


This is an uncommon disease first described by Vaquez of Paris in 1892, which has attracted a good deal of interest from the light it throws on the physiology of the circulation and upon the origin of the primary anaemias. Cases were described by Cabot, Osier, Saundby, Russell, Blumenthal, and others, so that L. E. J. Mackay was able to collect forty by… (More)


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