Hemorrhagic Smallpox

Flox or Black Pox; Another variety is that in which the eruption assumes the haemorrhagic form owing to bleeding taking place into the pocks after their formation This is apt to be accompanied with haemorrhages from various mucous surfaces (particularly in the case of females), occasionally to a dangerous degree and with symptoms of great prostration Many of such cases prove fatal

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