On Diseases of the Skin, with Especial Reference to Their Constitutional Origin and Treatment

1853 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
many weeks since, I saw a case of intermittent fever in the fifth month of gestation. I prescribed quinine and opium. The case went on well, but relapsed, with some signs of abortion. I was called, but illness prevented my attendance, and another was sent for, who prescribed quinine alone, and abortion resulted. Not long since, I mentioned my convictions to my friend, Dr. Wm. Martin, of this county. He had long entertained a like opinion, and was glad to find a talesman. Dr. Martin related a
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