A Case of Unusual Injury from a Circular Saw

GEORGE JEWETT
1879 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
tient, and these quickly crystallize into increased efficiency.1 When these patients were tested, the space over which powerful impressions were felt, while a light touch was not felt, formed a belt of pretty constant width, varying from two to three centimetres, outside the shaded areas, except in case No.
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