A Case of Tetanus Probably Due to Thread Worms and Ottorrhœa; Cure

  • Chetun Shah
  • Published 2016 in The Indian medical gazette

Abstract

into the dispensary on the 25th of July 1874, suffering from trismus and rigidity of the museles of the back of the neck The first symptoms commenced six days previous to his admission, and gradually increased. The boy could scarcely hare any sleep. Exacerbations of increased rigidity occurred about 100 times during night. There was well marked episthotonus only during exacerbations. No solid food could be taken; milk and other fluid nourishment were swallowed with

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@inproceedings{Shah2016ACO, title={A Case of Tetanus Probably Due to Thread Worms and Ottorrhœa; Cure}, author={Chetun Shah}, booktitle={The Indian medical gazette}, year={2016} }