What is malaria? And why is it most intense in hot climates?


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˹ 187 - Director of the Medical Clinic of the University of Tubingen. Translated from the Eighth German Edition, by special permission of the Author, By GEORGE H. HUMPHREYS, MD...
˹ 173 - To him marsh miasmata, which so infallibly destroy our white soldiers, are in fact no poison. The warm, moist, low, and leeward situations, where these pernicious exhalations are generated and concentrated, prove to him congenial in every respect. He delights in them, for he there...
˹ 10 - Pathology. In these forms of fever a malarial poison of an unknown kind, generated in paludal regions or littoral districts, is absorbed, and affects the blood, as cholera, typhus, and other miasmatic poisons do. The poison, in the absence of any better name, is known as "malaria...
˹ 59 - That cryptogamic spores and other minute bodies are mainly elevated above the surface during the night. That they rise and are suspended in the cold, damp exhalations from the soil, after the sun has set, and fall again to the earth soon after the sun rises.