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Continued the slow perfection of medical understanding of the differences between the various enteric diseases and others with superficially similar diagnoses. The Victorian science of Bacteriology began, and twentieth-century electron microscopy and cognate tools completed, the effective discrimination of aetiologies, pathogen vectors, diagnoses and treatments, hygiene and prevention, for the above three important fatal diseases.
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- Cholera and the Komma Bacillus of Koch
- Bacteriology, c.1810-c.1917: A Chronology of a Victorian Medical Advances
- Bibliography for Cholera, 1825-1917
- John Snow and Waterborne Diseases
- Chadwick's Report on Sanitary Conditions
- "The New and Fatal Disease" — Thomas Arnold and the 1832 Cholera
- "Cholera in England and America 1855" (see especially the last two paragraphs)
- A melancholy monument to the ravages of disease in British India
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