San Juan School Superintendent's Annual Reports, 1922

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o o E STATISTICAL. SECTION III. HEALTH Continued .......................... San.. Juan Indian School. .. S an... Juan Reservation. Prevalence of disease: 8. How many Indians under your jurisdiction were examined for disease? cal diseases. A Tuberculosis. Trachoma Males ( b ) F emales...............................-. Total . 20.. 90. 27. 0...- LO80..... ... 4 45.... 7. L... 20 2. 20. 165.. 16l. 42- 1800. 9. How 1any cases 1berculos of all fo und Females, - 12.. . 128...... 79 ........ . 6 1. ... 1. 4Q. ( a) Pulmonary-......... ( b) Glandular ( c) Bone ( d) Other forms........... -------------- ---------- --------------- -------------- ------------------ Total, all forms...-..-...- 15........ 140....... 8. 6.......... 69......... 155....... 10. How many of the total population estimated, if not known exactly) have tuberculosis? Estimates should be arrived at through percontage calciulation based on actual oxaminations and the figures should bear a definite relation the Pe findings. Formales ( a) Pulmonary. --------- ( b) Glandular ( c) Bone ( d) Other forms... ... 19. 2........ 324........ 5 16....... - 14. 17 14. 18. -------- ------ ------------ ------ ------- Total all forms................. 1. 99 352. 55. l. 11. How many cases of trachoma were found among these Indians examined for disease? ( a) Males.......... ( b) Te: 270. 202 . Total 4. 2. 12. How many cases of trachoma were operated upon? 13. How any cases o trachoma were treated but not ope ed upon? 42 14. How many of the Indians under your jurisdiction do you estimate to have trachoma? ( a) Mal 60 ( b) Females 1008. Total 160 8.

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