1 edition of effects of strong prevalent rain-bearing winds on the commonness and on the course of phthisis found in the catalog.
effects of strong prevalent rain-bearing winds on the commonness and on the course of phthisis
|Other titles||British journal of tuberculosis.|
|Statement||by William Gordon.|
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Leonard ROGERS and BROWNLEE have shown that rain-bearing winds have a tendency to increase the incidence of pulmonary tuberculosis among populations exposed to them, and the author supplements these observations from his own experience.
He states that after 25 years of careful research carried out by several methods and in many areas, it can confidently be asserted: " (a) that Author: W. Gordon. Over this elevated region strong winds blow but they are for the most part dry, the rainfall being small.
East of the Rockies the winds across the great plains are still relatively dry until DR. GORDON: THE INFLUENCE OF RAINY WINDS ON PHTHISIS. the Mississippi valley is by: 1. AFTER twenty-five years of careful research, carried out by several methods and in many areas, into the effects of strong prevalent rain- bearing winds on the commonness and on the course of phthisis, it can be confidently asserted: (a) That populations exposed to these winds suffer more (often much more) from phthisis than populations Author: P.C.
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