A Case of Hysteria; Recovery after Prayer

S. G. WEBBER
1899 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
pers, giving the results of treatment at the sanitarium 'J that some may challenge the results because of the failure to find bacilli in some of the reported cases. I can only say in reply that the patients have been carefully observed and none taken where the symptoms were not account of the hithorto declared unsatisfactory results the writer reports a contrary experience iu two cases of renal calculus. Iu the first the Böntgen photo-»
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