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Title: Dr. Evans’ How to keep well;
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: Evans, William Augustus, 1865- [from old catalog]
Subjects: Medicine, Popular Hygiene Sanitation
Publisher: New York, Pub. for Sears, Roebuck and co. by D. Appleton and company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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fore bacilli appear in the sputum.Late diagnosis makes cure impossible for any except the better-to-do. Consumption and Cough.—J. P. S. writes: Is it possible for one tohave consumption without a cough. What is the difference betweentuberculosis and consumption, or is there none? Reply.—When the tubercle bacillus locates in the body it sets up adisease called tuberculosis. If it has located in the lungs the disease iscalled lung tuberculosis or pulmonary tuberculosis, or by the shorter term,consumption. When the tubercle bacillus locates in the lung small tumors begin togrow. When these nodules are small there is no cough. When they havegrown large enough to press on the bronchial tubes cough starts. At firstthe cough is a slight hack. Nothing is coughed up. After a few dayscoughing raises a little. Some weeks or perhaps some months later it raisessputum containing bacilli. You see it is possible to have consumption a short while before thecough starts, but only for a short while.

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Fig. 48.—Respirator. 100 CONSUMPTION Not Tuberculous Cough.—F. W. writes: I have had a sort of chroniccough for the last year. I went to a prominent doctor and he told me assoon as the hot weather would arrive I should get rid of it by perspiring.I am perfectly well, weigh 215 pounds, and am gaining all the time. Isleep well, eat well—in fact, feel better now than I ever did before. Pleaseadvise me. Reply.—There are many causes for coughs. Tubercle infection is one.If you are gaining in weight, are feeling well, and your physician cannotfind tuberculosis, put that cause out of your mind. Looks Like Tuberculosis.—E. R. S. writes: Last spring I had mytonsils removed. I caught a heavy cold and doctored it myself. Now Icough slightly. The lymph glands were much swollen, but are ordinarynow. But I have a swelling of the thyroid gland. My temperature risesin the afternoon. I lose my voice also. My doctor says there is no con-sumption. I have leukorrhea. Do you think that weakness

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