Treatment of Fracture Involving Lower End of Radius with Anterior and Posterior Wooden Splints

T. K. Richards
1922 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
mouth, so that a diagnosis of syphilis was made. He had one dose of arsphenamin on thai day. Two days later he was admitted io i he hospital with a generalized exfoliative dermatitis, undoubtedly due to the arsphenamin. This cleared gradually and he was discharged from the hospital. He attempted to resume work as a painter, but after each of five ittempts an erythematous and finely papular eruption appeared on hands, face and neck. This is one of the most marked cases of individual
more » ... vidual susceptibility which I have seen and illustrates very well the subject under discussion this evening. RarauBNott.
doi:10.1056/nejm192207201870305 fatcat:kqqqyf6ey5g2vb3jvlrnmkd73q