1907 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
changes are more marked, with granular degeneration, and, in some cases, intracapsular exúdate. The feeding of sodium phosphate produces fatty degeneration in three days and the renal changes following the ingestion of phosphates arc more severe than those following chlorides. Both these substances exert an injurious influence on the kidneys and in the dietary of nephritics should be avoided as much as possible. Miscellany CREMATION IN GREAT BRITAIN.
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