WILLIAM H. KESSLER
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Since July, 1951, 40 cases whose deaths are now ascribed to epidemic hemorrhagic fever have been autopsied at the 121st Evacuation Hospital. The author has performed only 27 of these gross autopsies, and this report will be confined to this latter figure. The remaining autopsies were performed by Capt. Eugene J. Kulinski and 1st Lt. William T. Paine. These deaths occurred for the most part in cases under treatment at this hospital, though three were brought back from forward areas for autopsy because the circumstances surrounding their deaths were unknown at the time of autopsy. These three cases had not
KESSLER WH. GROSS ANATOMIC FEATURES FOUND IN 27 AUTOPSIES OF EPIDEMIC HEMORRHAGIC FEVER(GROSS ANATOMIC FEATURES FOUND IN 27 AUTOPSIES OF EPIDEMIC HEMORRHAGIC FEVER*). Ann Intern Med. 1953;38:73–76. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-38-1-73
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1953;38(1):73-76.
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