It does not seem difficult to reconcile the conflicting statements now given of the condition of the blood in epidemic meningitis.
By far the greatest number of the subjects of epidemic meningitis are young persons.
It is unnecessary to dwell upon the condition in which other organs are found after death from epidemic meningitis.
Our conception of the pathology of epidemic meningitis is implicitly contained in the foregoing discussion.
There is no evidence sufficient to show that epidemic meningitis has ever been cured by quinia alone.