1908 Journal of the American Medical Association  
He first mops the affected surfaces dry with cotton swabs and then thoroughly paints the plaques with the official tinc¬ ture of iodin. Immediately afterward he applies, by means of a swab, a 2 or 3 per cent, solution of bichlorid of mercury in water. The patient is cautioned against swallowing his saliva at this time, and in about five minutes he should rinse out his mouth and throat with water. Kanoky finds that two or three such applications are generally sufficient to heal the lesions. He
more » ... l the lesions. He believes that this treatment is "more effective and reliable than applications with silver, méthylène blue, chromis acid, lactic acid, and acid nitrate of mercury."
doi:10.1001/jama.1908.02530490044013 fatcat:747hfuobtvac3l62c5upkkajta