Contributions From the Department of Pathology and Bacteriology, College of Medicine, Vol. 1: Including the Bacteriological Laboratory of the State Board of Health (Classic Reprint)

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History OF epidemic - During the month of October, 1907, an outbreak Of trichinosis affecting fourteen persons oc curred at Grinnell, Iowa. Thirteen of these were students at Iowa College located in that city. The infection Occurred from the eating Of~ boiled ham in one Of the clubs and at one Of the res taurants. The ham in all cases was Obtained from the same packing house and represented meat which had been inspected. Ten of the cases occurred among the students at one boarding club, three were young women students who in company with three others partook of ham sandwiches at a local restaurant, and one was a young man (not a student) who Obtained ham at the same place. Most of the cases were diagnosed as trichinosis very soon after the beginning of the symptoms. The occurrence of so many cases among the members Of the boarding house; the eating of boiled ham together with the rather characteristic symptoms made the diagnosis comparatively easy. Some of the cases were considered as typhoid, one as rheumatism, and one as a disease of the eyes, until the diagnosis became very evident as determined by an examination Of the blood.

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