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" On the contrary, the patient who before was weak, anaemic, and cachectic, began to gain strength and flesh ; the tumor at the same time diminishing slowly, but constantly. A month after the first sitting, the tumor was found a great deal softer and smaller;... "
A Treatise on Diseases of the Bones - Seite 392
von Thomas Masters Markoe - 1872 - 416 Seiten
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The Richmond and Louisville Medical Journal, Band 8

1868
...contrary the patient, who before was weak, ansemic, and cachectic, began to gain strength and flesh; the tumor at the same time diminishing slowly but...right breast be detected by any ordinary observer. I hope the old devil who took lodgings there and was ejected took all his baggage with him." The above-related...
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Detroit Review of Medicine and Pharmacy, Band 4

1869
...contrary, the patient who before was weak, anasmic, and cachectic, began to gain strength and flesh ; the tumor at the same time diminishing slowly but...right breast be detected by any ordinary observer. I hope the old devil who took lodgings there and was ejected, took all his baggage with him." The above-related...
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The Western Journal of Medicine, Band 4

Theophilus Parvin - 1869
...contrary, the patient who before was weak, anaemic, and cachectic, began to gain strength and flesh; the tumor at the same time diminishing slowly but...right breast be detected by any ordinary observer. I hope the old devil who took lodgings there and was ejected, to'ok all his baggage with him."* The...
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The Cincinnati Lancet & Observer, Band 12

1869
...contrary, the patient, who before was weak, anromic, and cachectic, began to gain strength and flesh; the tumor at the same time diminishing slowly but...anywhere, nor would the tumor in the right breast bo detected by any ordinary observer. I hope the old devil who took lodgings there and was ejected,...
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Gaillard's Medical Journal, Band 8

1869
...great deal softer and smaller; at the end of the second month it had almost disappeared, and afortnight later no trace of it remained. The general condition...right breast be detected by any ordinary observer. I hope the old devil who took lodgings there and was ejected took all his baggage with him." The above-related...
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Medical Record, Band 4

George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman - 1869
...later no trace of it remained. The general condition of the patient is now in all respects excel'ent, and new deposits can nowhere be detected. In his last letter he writes to me as follows: "I nm not able to discover any new deposits anywhere, nor would the tumor in the right breast be detected...
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Nashville Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Band 5

1870
...contrary, the patient who before was weak, anaemic, and cachectic, began to gain strength and flesh ; the tumor at the same time diminishing slowly, but...right breast be detected by any ordinary observer. I hope the old devil who took lodgings there, and was ejected, took all his baggage with him."0 The...
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Buffalo Medical and Surgical Journal, Band 9

1870
...flesh ; the tumor at the same time diminishing slowly but constantly. A month after the first sitti g the tumor was found a great deal softer and smaller...right breast be detected by any ordinary observer. I hope the old devil who took lodgings there and was ejected, took all his baggage with him."f The...
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New York Medical Journal, Band 11

1870
...disappeared, and a fortnight later no trace of it remained. The general condition of the patient is now in nil respects excellent, and new deposits can nowhere be...anywhere, nor would the tumor in the right breast bo detected by any ordinary observer. I hope the old devil who took lodgings there, and was ejected,...
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Gaillard's Medical Journal, Band 10

1870
...smaller; at the end of the second month it had almost disappeared, and a fortnight later no trace ot it remained. The general condition of the patient...right breast be detected by any ordinary observer. I hope the old devil who took lodgings there, and was ejected, took all his baggage with him."f The...
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