Excerpt from Indiana Medical Journal, Vol. 27: December, 1908
A case seen later than at the begin ning of the acute attack may no longer have this simple reading as regards temperature. Several days after the Onset a twisted or angulated bowel may have undergone intra-intestinal fermentation, or the intestinal wall gangrenous changes. These are at tended with fever. In such case, other factors must be considered. The rapid pulse, the general failing, and' chills of recent development, the time elapsed, are factors which may clearly indicate the secondary development of febrile changes.
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