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THE MODERN TREATMENT OF VARICOSE VEINS: THE HISTORY OF ITS EVOLUTION
BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)
525 After about the tenth week, when the ulcer improves, the serum calcium returns to normal, usually in about three weeks. If the animals survive much longer, during the remainiing weeks it continues normal or slightly higher. This is in striking contrast with the results obtained after intraperitoneal inoculation. In the latter experimenits the pulmonarylesioanis were matnly submiliary in character. With subcutaneous inoculation they were always much more extensive, and the weight of thedoi:10.1136/bmj.2.3533.525 fatcat:wdqcmygg7ncv5bcatssz73r7ry