The order of the symptoms is approximately that in which a case is usually taken. That of the diseases is roughly alphabetical. A student, in consulting this little work, should have at hand a Dictionary of Medicine, and for this purpose none is better... An index of symptoms as a clew to diagnosisby Ralph Winnington Leftwich - 1901 - 267 pagesNo preview available
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...typhoid state ; ' it is not so correct etyrnologically, but, what is more important, it avoids confusion. The order of the symptoms is approximately that in...' Index of Diseases ' would answer the purpose. It should, however, be referred to only to confirm a diagnosis carefully made from a coincidence of at...