Early recognition of typhoid fever. Rebbert (Deut. med. Woch., 1921, No. 51)

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Rebbegt notes the importance of blood tests for the diagnosis of incipient typhoid fever: on the basis of egg experience, this author was convinced that the disappearance of eosinophils soon after the onset of fever and a drop in the number of leukocytes to 2000 are characteristic features of this disease.

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Rebbегt отмечает важное значение исследования крови для диагностики начинающегося брюшного тифа: на основании яичного опыта этот автор убедился, что исчезновение эозинофилов вскоре после начала лихорадки и падение числа лейкоцитов до 2000 служат характерными признаками данной болезни.

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