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PROCAIN DERMATITIS AMONG DENTISTS

HENRY KENNEDY GASKILL
1922 Archives of Dermatology  
One has only to turn back the pages of history to be reminded of the enthusiasm with which new inventions and remedies for the treatment of diseases have been hailed. Later, they have either been relegated to oblivion or have found their level in the treatment of a few conditions and often in a few selected cases. The roentgen ray is one of the best exemplifications of this, and the vaccines which were employed for every known ill from eczema to ingrowing toenails are a very close second.
doi:10.1001/archderm.1922.02360050049004 fatcat:oktokyysqnasnjkvurrtx6heue