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Notes on Mode of Clinical Findings and treatment of Round Worm

Round worms, which closely resemble earth worms in appearance, are very common amongst those who are careless in their habits, and indifferent as to what they eat or drink. They are light brown in color with pointed ends, and live in the small intestine in man and in animal such as the pig their eggs are passed in the faces.

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Notes on mode of transmission, clinical findings and prevention of Measles

The early symptoms of the disease are sometimes so mild that it becomes difficult to recognize the true nature of the disease In some cases the pre-eruptive stage lasts for three to four days and is characterized by fever, coughing, sneezing, running of nose and redness of eyes.

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