1921
Volume s1-3, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645
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Abstract

Summary

  • 1.  The 1922 epidemic of dengue in Galveston followed a plague of yellow fever mosquitoes, and subsequently spread throughout the State.
  • 2.  The disease presents a few characteristic features and should not be confused with other clinical entities.
  • 3.  The rash may vary, but is distinctive.
  • 4.  Uterine hemorrhages are common in dengue, and hemorrhages from any mucous surface may occur.
  • 5.  Recurrences are seen, and partial immunity is of short duration, probably less than four months.
  • 6.  The incubation period varies between four and fourteen days.
  • 7.  Pregnancy is not disturbed.
  • 8.  No specific treatment is known.

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1923-03-01
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  • Received : 16 Feb 1923

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