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" desquamation, which may possibly be averted by the local incisions; but if continued, or used on a large scale, the dangers of frost-bite and mortification must be imminent. It may be superfluous to add, that both the liquid and the vapour of "
The British Journal of Homoeopathy - Page 518
edited by - 1866
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery, Volumes 52-53

William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan - Medicine - 1866
...followed by redness and desquamation, which may be possibly averted by the local bleeding of an incision; but if continued or used on a large scale, the dangers...superfluous to add that both the liquid and the vapour of rhigolene are highly inflammable.—Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, April 19,1866,^.1. 126.—ON...
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The Retrospect of Medicine, Volume 53

1866
...followed by redness and desquamation, which may be possibly averted by the local bleeding of an incision ; but if continued or used on a large scale, the dangers...be superfluous to add that both the liquid and the vapor of rhigolene are highly inflammable.—Boston, Medical and Surgical Journal, April 19, 1866,...
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The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Volume 52

Medicine - 1866
...followed by redness and desquamation, which may be possiably averted by the local bleeding of an incision; but if continued or used on a large scale, the dangers...of frost-bite and mortification must be imminent." Dr. CALVIN G. PAGE, in a subsequent number of the same journal (May 24, 1866), confirms the statement...
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THE CHEMICAL NEWS AND JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCE

WILLIAM CROOKES, F.R.S. - 1866
...followed by redness and desquamation, which may be possibly averted by the local bleeding of an incision ; but if continued or used on a large scale, the dangers...of frost-bite and mortification must be imminent. Freezing by rhigolene is far more sure than by ether, as suggested by Dr. Richardson, inasmuch as common...
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The Richmond Medical Journal, Volume 1

1866
...continued or used on a lar#e scale, the dangers of frost-bite and mortification must be imminent. It m ay be superfluous to add, that both the liquid and the vapour of rhigolene are inflammable.—ftoston Med. and Surg. Journal. V.—THE THERMOMETER iy DISEASE. Much...
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Extracts from the records of the Boston Society for Medical ..., Volume 5

1867
...followed by redness and desquamation, which may be possibly averted by the local bleeding of an incision ; but if continued or used on a large scale, the dangers...be superfluous to add that both the liquid and the vapor of rhigolene are highly inflammable. ERYSIPELAS; CASES ILLUSTRATING ITS NATURAL HISTORY. By BENJAMIN...
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A Manual of Practical Therapeutics Considered Chiefly with Reference to ...

Edward John Waring - Materia medica - 1871 - 875 pages
...followed by redness and desquamation, which may possibly be averted by the local bleeding of an incision ; but if continued or used on a large scale, the dangers...of frost-bite and mortification must be imminent." (Bigelow.) RUCEADOS PÉTALA. See PAPAVEE RUCEAS. 1856. RICINTTS comruiiis, Linn. Castor Oil Plant....
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Therapeutics and Materia Medica: A Systematic Treatise on the ..., Volume 2

Alfred Stillé - Materia medica - 1874
...that liquid. If long applied to the skin, congelation may be followed by redness, desquamation, and " if continued or used on a large scale, the dangers...of frost-bite and mortification must be imminent." ACIDUM HYDROCYANICUM DILUTUM. DILUTED HYDROCYANIC ACID. Preparation and Properties.—This acid is...
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Practical therapeutics

1874 - 765 pages
...redness and desquamation, which may possibly be averted by the locnl bleeding of an incisicn ; lint if continued or used on a large scale, the dangers of frost-bite anil mortification must be imminent." ( Higelow.) RHŒADOS PÉTALA. See PAPAYER RHŒAS. 1855. RlCINUS...
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Surgical Anaesthesia: Addresses and Other Papers

Henry Jacob Bigelow - Anesthesia - 1900 - 378 pages
...by redness and desquamation, which may be possibly averted by the local bleeding of an incision. If used on a large scale, the dangers of frost-bite and...be superfluous to add that both the liquid and the vapor of rhigolene are highly inflammable. NITROUS OXIDE GAS FOR SURGICAL PURPOSES, IN 1848. ' A RECENT...
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