Two Cases of Tropical Eosinophilia in Tea Estate Practice


A male tea garden labourer, aged 36 years, occupation chowkidar, was admitted in the Central Hospital on 25th May, 1948, from a neighbouring garden for the following chief complaints : (i) Irritating cough, (u) irregular rise of temperature, (Hi) loss of weight, and (iv) emaciation. Duration of illness?4 months. Previous history.?An attack of similar… (More)


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