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Hamilton describes cases that terminated in suppuration, and which he therefore distinguishes from Bretonneau's cases.
It is, however, generally agreed that the changes confessedly made by Bretonneau were merely formal.
Feron also calls Bretonneau's mild form of the disease a herpetic angina with pseudo-membrane; so does Gubler.
I hope that Bretonneau's presence and his kind and clever talk will have calmed M. de Talleyrand's mind.Memoirs of the Duchesse de Dino v.1/3, 1831-1835|Dorothy Duchesse de Dino
Bretonneau publishes a work in which he compares diphtheria with scarlatina anginosa, and recommends the use of alum.