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It is this consideration which brings us to the conviction that there should be such intermediate hospitals as I have described. Of medicine; second, from the latter date to that of Koch, which he called the period of the science of medicine. Houck's longer study of the case had taught him to think quite otherwise.

Kenneth Walker would place the age of this change at about fifty-five to sixty, Rankin between fiftyseven and sixty-three, Max Marcuse between fortyfive and fifty-five and even at forty. Potassium iodid is often prescribed with the hope that it may aid in absorbing the clot, but it is of doubtful utility, and, moreover, it is very prone to disturb the digestion. Tumors that arise from structures adjacent to the Gasserian ganglion and involve it by direct pressure or that arise from the capsule of the ganglion itself (endotheliomas) are capable of producing neuralgic pain.

    Very professional job. Thanks again Dave

    Thomas King - Shoeburyness