(Reference: Journal of the American Institute of Homeopathy April 1919, Vol XI, No 10 pp 1096-1098)
Dr J.A. Johnson, MD, Borado, Michigan
Johnson treated 427 cases but reported more sequelae including nine cases of lobar pneumonia which died and three of severe lobar pneumonia, two of milder lobar pneumonia, four of broncho-pneumonia which didn’t die. He also reported sequelae of gallbladder complications, infected kidneys and intestinal diarrhea in children.