REPORT OF A CASE OF VINCENT'S ANGINA AND STOMATITIS

G. C. CRANDALL
1904 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
tween them, one-fourth inch in depth, and so excessively sore and painful were they that she was bedridden for a number of months, and could not step on the floor. This was before the hospital had an oe-ray apparatus. She was treated in various ways, and time and again the whole affair was curetted out, under ether, down to raw flesh. She repeatedly asked us, "Can't I be scraped again?" It would afford her relief from distress of the feet for months. After the scraping the feet were treated
more » ... all kinds of antiseptics. I think ichthyol gave the most relief; something like a 50 per cent, solution was used, also bichlorid, permanganate of potash and various other things. From what I had seen of the ¡ü-ray I promised her that it would give her relief. She had a series of applications to the feet, fairly strong (I can not now tell the duration or dis¬ tance), and within two or three months her feet cleared up
doi:10.1001/jama.1904.92500040002d fatcat:lqddyqu3zjbj3kpwbgf4o56hpu