THE CONTROL OF INTERNAL HEMORRHAGE BY DRUGS

THOMAS LUTHER COLEY
1904 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
Dr. C. W. Burr, Philadelphia, said that he did not mean that in a man whose brain was occluded through the obstruction of an artery due to syphilitic disease iodid of potassium would dissolve that softening and create a new brain, and hence bring about restoration of function. He meant that in syphi¬ lis there may be syphilitic arthritis, not sufficient to produce softening of the brain, but quite sufficient to interfere with the function and to produce aphasia which, under the admin¬ istration
more » ... he admin¬ istration of mercury and iodid, certainly does clear up.
doi:10.1001/jama.1904.92500260002e fatcat:ibub53mldncgxponvyyrdsm3ye