Of my own cases the most interesting is No. 4. I still have hopes of cultivating the organism, for the
reactions are very definite.
The passage of sloughs
brings it into line with the cases reported by Wells and
Scott, and mentioned above.
On my own showing not one of my cases are absolutely
conclusive , but I have said enough to to show that they
may be accepted with very good reason.
With regard to the general subject the work quoted goes
to prove without doubt that there is a definite infectie
with organisms resembling the bacillus of Eberth,but not
identical and not provoking the same symptom although
the clinical type very closely resembles a mild attack
of typhoid fever.