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Walthamstow 1904

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Walthamstow]

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TABLE XX.

AGES OF PATIENTS ADMITTED.—DIPHTHERIA.

Under 5 years.From 5 to 10 years.From 10 to 15 years.15 years and upwards.
January5311
February3402
March4022
April0100
May3200
June3410
July5415
August4403
September5313
October2414
November5621
December4401
4339922
DEATHS.
Disease.Under 5 years.From 5 to 10 years.From 10 to 15 years.15 years and upwards.
Diphtheria115(1 from Acute
Scarlet Fever35Tuberculois.
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Complications of Diphtheria were:—
Paralysis 2
Nephritis 2
Bronchitis 3
The diseases complicating Diphtheria were:—
Scarlet Fever 3
Syphilis 1
The complication of Scarlet Fever:—
Albuminuria 5
Nephritis (Inflammation of the Kidneys) 2
Otorrhœa (Ear Discharge) 41
Adenitis (Inflamed glands) 8
„ Suppurative 8
Arthritis 1
Endocarditis 2


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