Diseased Ovaria

A. W. Kennedy
1844 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
cises, especially on horseback ; a meat diet, with a little of Bass's ale, perhaps, but otherwise without stimulus ; the system of sponging with the sea water, or salt and water, or vinegar and water ; light clothing, with flannel next the skin, Sto. ; the plan recommended by the late Dr. Stewart, &tc, constitute the additional remedies to be adopted in the treatment of phthisis. The rest of the remedies to be adopted in phthisis will be noticed in other papers on the treatment of tubercle in
more » ... nt of tubercle in general, and chronic affections of the chest in particular.-London Lancet. DISEASED OVARIA.
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