Notes from Berlin Clinics

T. S. Wilson
1891 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Jan. 10, 1&91.' THE BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL. 75 experiment.-Dr. SUTCLIFFE (Stalybridge), from personal observatioii of cases, thought that the time hiad not yet arrived for formulatinig any definlite rules as to the best method of using the lymphl, or as to the results of its action. Probably the best way to treat plhthisis would be by small doses injected at intervals of a fortniglht spread over a long period of time, and conijoined witli all hIygien1ic, toniC, and climatic treatment
more » ... treatment available. Dr. Sutcliffe showed an asbestos syringe largely used in Berlin in preferenice to the one used by I)r. Koel.-Dr. BRIERLEY deprecated following a " meth1od," an1d
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