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1891 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
three times at night to prevent him from urinating in bed, and he wet his clothes often during the day. The plumbing of the house was examined, and found free from any defect. The boy's urine was then analyzed, and arsenic was found. No quantitative test was made, but the amount was considerable. The question was theu, what the source of the arseuic 1
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