New England Medical Monthly and the Prescription, Volume 10

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Page 33 - By CHARLES B. NANCREDE, MD, Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery in the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Corresponding Member of the Royal Academy of Medicine, Rome, Italy ; late Surgeon Jefferson Medical College, etc.

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