volume 1, issue 2739, P1357-1359 1913
DOI: 10.1136/bmj.1.2739.1357
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C. P. Lukis

Abstract: 4GENTLEMEN,-In the first place let me say how greatly appreciate thehonour whiich your President has conferred upon me by asking me to address youi today. Wlhein first receivedhis invitation I was doubtful as to tell you anything in connexion with tropical-that would be of use to you in your practice; wlhen remembered that a large Anglo-Indian colony Bedford, it appeared to me that the choice of lay between malaria and dysentery, and I finally upon the latter. The term "dysentery was first employed Hippocrates…

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