. The practice of medicine; a text-book for practitioners and students, with special reference to diagnosis and treatment . cal Journal, February lo, 1900, 98 INFECTIOUS DISEASES Symptoms.—The period of incubation of measles varies, but is com-monly between seven and 14 days. Rarely it is a day or two longer. Aprodrome, if present, in measles is of short duration. It may be manifestedby sneezing, fretfulness, chilliness, and feverishness; or, if the child is oldenough to express itself, by headache. Then comes, on the first day, theinitial or prodromal fever, a peculiarity of which is a remiss
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