Excerpt from The Journal of Tropical Medicine, Vol. 6: A Bi-Monthly Journal Devoted to Medical, Surgical and Gynaecological Work in the Tropics; January 1, 1903, to December 15, 1903
Sanitation in warm climates. India, 87 Tropical, 92 Scientific discovery, priority in, 356 section OF tropical diseases at the Annual Meeting of the British Medical Association, 47 at Swansea, 56, 77 Selangor, account of the anti-malarial work carried out in, 283 Sewerage, municipal, 285, 304, 330, 353, 381 Sir Alfred Lewis Jones, 373 Sir Francis Lovell's second mission on behalf of thf WW 'g'sa 'school of Tropical Medicine, 335 Sir Patrick Manson, 216 I sleeping sickness, 358; and trypanosomiasis in a l 388 etiology of, 93, 167 in the light of recent 1 201 Some observations on tinea imbricata, yaws and the of dysentery, 371 South Africa, ainhun water in cattle, South African war, mission on the, Southern China, typhc Specific orchitis with I Steamers and mosquil 2t Stegomyia, notes on tl Substitute for gas in t Surgical tuberculosis i Sword-fish, penetratin m. Syphilitic gummata ii vin System of drainage Climates, 244.
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