1923
DOI: 10.1177/003591572301600493 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Dr. O'DONOVAN said he had come across a parallel epidemic in Dr. Sequeira's clinic; there were five cases brought from an institution, and these at first seemed to be cases of tinea capitis. In the first of the five the spores were obvious; in the others there were bald patches, and some short hairs, but several examinations failed to reveal anything. A casual renmark was inade by an accompanying attendant that " boys were devils," and it transpired that the boys, seeing what interest was aroused by a case of … Show more

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