1. Except in the presence of an epidemic
of Sandfly fever and in Sandf'ly season, the diagnosis
of this fever still remains unsatisfactory,
2, In places where Sandfly fever and
Malaria are prevalent at the same time, there is often
difficulty in the differential diagnosis. The examination of urine for urobilin in such cases is of considerable help.
3. In cases of uncomplicated Sandfly
fever, urobilin in urine is generally absent.
4. The incidence or Sandfly fever amongst
the new corners to an endemic zone is high.
5. The importance or employing "salted
troops' in areas where Sandfly fever is endemic is a
question well worth considering.