A Case of Unusual Injury from a Circular Saw

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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