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Patterson, publisher. 1891. 148 pages. Illustrated. lins book is concisely, attractively written, and is intended by its author to present in plain, comprehensive language methods of treatment of the affections designated in its title, which are of actual value and can be depended upon to accomplish what is claimed for them by their advocates. It is an interesting work. Its chief feature is the importance and value assigned by its writer to the use of carbolic acid for the radical cure ofdoi:10.1056/nejm189206231262510 fatcat:hjfus7776nebhbvxb4brxpo7cm