Katherine entered the long ward, where about a dozen poor fellows were lying in different stages of enteric fever.
For long he lay in the agonies of enteric fever, and almost lost his life.
The average interval between inoculation and the onset of enteric fever in these 19 cases was thirty-eight weeks.
He went as war correspondent to South Africa in 1900, and d. of enteric fever at Ladysmith.
On the other hand, something has happened to encourage the soil poison of enteric fever.
Also patients seem curiously susceptible to the poison of enteric fever, though the attack usually runs a mild course.
He, poor fellow, lost both wife and child during the siege, and himself was laid low by enteric fever.
None the less I think the water was more often the cause of sand diarrhœa than of enteric fever.
The plague is properly to be classed as a contagious-miasmatic disease (Liebermeister) with cholera, dysentery, and enteric fever.
enteric fever, our chief scourge, I will pass over for the same reason.