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SOME OF THE PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL, PHYSIOLOGIC
AND PATHOLOGICAL PHENOMENA
M A L A RIAL FE VER.
JOSEPH JONES, A. M., M. D.,
PROFESSOR OF MEDICAL CHEMISTRY IN THE MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA, AT AUGUSTA.
EXTRACTED FROM THE
TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.
L 156 377 1859
THESE “Observations on some of the Phenomena of Malar
Fever,” form the first of a series of observations which the auth is conducting upon the fevers of the North American Continent
The first three chapters are devoted to the consideration of ti nature and extent of Pathological Investigations, and are intende as a general introduction to the whole series of investigations.
No one is more painfully alive to the imperfections of thes incomplete observations than the author; and if they should resu in inducing a single young man to enter this field, with correo views and the right spirit, he will feel that he has been rewarde for his labors.