THE FATAL ADMINISTRATION OF ETHER TO MRS. PARKINSON

1847 The Lancet  
The public will decide which are the more valuable; but, at any rate, it becomes not either of the individuals themselves to sneer or gibe at the sincere and scientific reasonings of the other. I shall report, at a future opportunity, two cases of neu-,ralgia for which I have recently been consulted, neither of which correspond with Dr. Allnatt's views. The one is that of a brother physician (previously unknown to me) in an inland county, a man of intelligence and high respectability; he
more » ... tability; he suffers from severe neuralgia in the stomach. The other is that of a gentleman, aged thirty-eight. His case is that of tic in the second cervical nerve, on the left side.-I am, Sir, your obedient servant. ROBERT DICK. Bentinck-st. Manchester..sq. March, 1847.
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