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Influenza Encyclopedia

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Abstract

This article involves a discussion of symptoms, pathology, and other clinical observations in Colorado during the pandemic. It concludes that “our cases recovered from empyema, but died of bronchopneumonia and the attendant profound toxemia and bacteremia.”

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