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Treatment of Club-Feet

Truman H. Squire
1868 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
disease associated, as is so often the case, with rheumatism of an inflammatory kind, from both of which diseases the patient, a young lady of this city, had suffered more or less severely every winter. She began to drink the water last spring, and after using it for a period not stated, "her rheumatism seemed to give way and her general health to improve, and since then she has scarcely felt the slightest pain, is now stronger, and can endure more fatigue than at any time during tho last two
more » ... ring tho last two or three years." Tho ordinary quantity drank is half a tumblerful, or a gill, three times a day, to be increased according to the nature of tho case, under the advico of a physician.
doi:10.1056/nejm186812170792002 fatcat:3erif7gau5gk3m6qisquintf5q