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I was told we should have to cover 300 miles of this enteric-stricken country.
The term “enteric fever” has recently come into use instead of “typhoid” for the latter disease; but see Typhoid Fever.
Ladysmith had been singularly free from enteric before the war.
Out of the six nurses, one has died and three others have had enteric.
For long he lay in the agonies of enteric fever, and almost lost his life.
Of the eighteen orderlies, one is dead, and eight others are down with enteric.
Enteric is not quite so bad as it was,Pg 255 but dysentery increases.
LADYSMITHH. W. NEVINSON
Dysentery and enteric are as bad as ever, but do not increase in proportion to the length of siege.
LADYSMITHH. W. NEVINSON
"Dysentery, enteric; enteric, dysentery," were the invariable answers.
LADYSMITHH. W. NEVINSON
The disease that has been responsible for the death of armies of soldiers is Enteric or Typhoid fever.

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