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Letter to the Editor published in NZMJ July 1914;13(53):268.Sir,—I shall be indebted if you will kindly bring the above request under the notice of the profession. There appears to be comparatively little juvenile tuberculosis in New Zealand, and consequently there is considerable difficulty in getting pathological material for investigation.I shall be grateful for specimens such as sputum, pus, cerebrospinal fluid, glands, portions of bones or joints, which any of your readers may obtain from operation or post mortem cases.I am, etc.,Otago University, June 23rd, 1914.SYDNEY T. CHAMPTALOUP.

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Letter to the Editor published in NZMJ July 1914;13(53):268.Sir,—I shall be indebted if you will kindly bring the above request under the notice of the profession. There appears to be comparatively little juvenile tuberculosis in New Zealand, and consequently there is considerable difficulty in getting pathological material for investigation.I shall be grateful for specimens such as sputum, pus, cerebrospinal fluid, glands, portions of bones or joints, which any of your readers may obtain from operation or post mortem cases.I am, etc.,Otago University, June 23rd, 1914.SYDNEY T. CHAMPTALOUP.

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Letter to the Editor published in NZMJ July 1914;13(53):268.Sir,—I shall be indebted if you will kindly bring the above request under the notice of the profession. There appears to be comparatively little juvenile tuberculosis in New Zealand, and consequently there is considerable difficulty in getting pathological material for investigation.I shall be grateful for specimens such as sputum, pus, cerebrospinal fluid, glands, portions of bones or joints, which any of your readers may obtain from operation or post mortem cases.I am, etc.,Otago University, June 23rd, 1914.SYDNEY T. CHAMPTALOUP.

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