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In a month the ulcer assumed a healthy appearance, its edges softened, and the burning and shooting p:tin formerly complained of ceased. The wound entirely healed; sutures removed. When gel symptoms of ardent fever are present, he directs cold drink to be given freely, in order to extinguish the febrile heat. The case was obviously not one of sciatica, but crural neuralgia, having a very unusual distribution; the ordinary forms of this disease extend to the foot and toes of the affected leg: effects.
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These salts give to the breath a peculiar characteristic odor, side and produce later, if their use be long continued, anaesthesia of the pharynx, angina, an acneiform eruption on the face and back, and sometimes on the lower limbs, veritable ecthymatous pustules, which leave deep ulcerations after them. In addition to clinical work, they will present a special course in abdominal surgery twice yearly. But does this make him a physician? Not at all. The bacteriologist, like the physician, inj must consider it his duty to keep his patient under continued observation, and must be as thoroughly satisfied of the disappearance of the bacilli as the physician must be of the disappearance of the clinical symptoms of the signs of the disease.
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