Otitis Media in Measles

@article{GardinerOtitisMI,
  title={Otitis Media in Measles},
  author={William Tudor Gardiner},
  journal={The Journal of Laryngology \& Otology},
  volume={39},
  pages={614 - 617}
}
  • W. Gardiner
  • Published 1 November 1924
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of Laryngology & Otology
(a) Measles per se is not looked on as having the first call on hospital treatment, as scarlet fever or diphtheria have, to take these two diseases alone. (p) The cases of measles are admitted for special reasons, e.g., the poverty and dirt of the surroundings of the poorest classes and the addition of bronchopneumonia or other serious complications; these form one type. The other type are cases of measles arising in boarding-schools in greater numbers than can be accommodated in the school… 

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