The Surgical Adjuster — Dr. King's Reply to Dr. Jarvis

1849 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
not common. Insanity is scarcely known. Wounds are not of frequent occurrence, and heal with extreme readiness. Hence surgical operations are not so liable to he followed by bad results as in this country, other things being equal. Superficial ulcers are not common upon the Siamese, but are so upon the Chinese.' The remarks upon surgical operations apply with full force to operations upon the eye. The Siamese, however, are not as subject to diseases of this organ as the. Chinese are. While
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