ABSTRACT OF A CLINICAL LECTURE ON DISEASES OF THE SPINE,

Frederick Hale Thomson
1839 The Lancet  
245 coughing, he brought up nearly a pint of blood, and, two days after, to the amount of two pints. After this period he spat up, on two separate occasions, small quantities only of blood. Having gone for advice to a dispensary, hehad a few leeches given him to be applied to the chest, and, some days after, was cupped on the same part, apparently without any relief to the cough, which is said to have gradually increased, whilst the expectoration, at the same time, became more profuse.
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