Excerpt from Southern California Practitioner, Vol. 27: January, 1912
These notes, being as stated, bedside, may repeat themselves here and there, but I decided to read them as they are rather than touch them up and perhaps improve them, my main object being to present a clinical picture as seen by me of a case which had already puzzled a medical brother, and to which a large amount of public curiosity is always attached.
I was called Friday, Aug. 25, at and was met at the sidewalk by the mother, who told me that they had a peculiar case of throat trouble, that they were unable to find out whats the matter. I was asked not to anger him because he was so excitable. I was told that they had discharged their doctor and the boy had asked for me.
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