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1876 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
of bringing on serious pulmonary trouble ; and for dietetic and medicinal treatment meat onco a day, the moderato use of stimulants, and the syrup of the hypophospbites combined with cinchona. Dît. Folsom inquired as to the prognosis of the disease. Dr. Fisher thought that depended upon whether tho pulmonary trouble advanced or not. Dr. Folsom referred to tho delusions of pregnancy, and mentioned ono case in which tho lady suffered the pains of labor for nearly an hour before the delusion was
more » ... the delusion was removed. He thought all such cases improved much faster when separated from their friends. Dr. Fisher remarked that he had always noticed home-sickness to be a favorable indication in these cases. Dit. Amory asked if tho incipient phthisis began at the same time with the
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