Dr. Comstock on the Pathology of Fever

1841 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
weeks after the accident the child could use the limb without inconvenience, and the deformity gradually disappeared. The other cases were attended with similar results: in none did 1 succeed in altering the bent condition of the bone, although extension was used carefully, and in some instances immediately after the accident ; in all, the arm was ultimately restored to its normal state by proper exercise after the inflammatory symptoms had subsided. In every instance the radius was the bone
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