1908 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
could be seen, is the sudden development of symptoms and their short duration. That these symptoms depended for origin on the stasis and absorption of fermentation products seems highly probable, as lavage and operation were followed by disappearance of the symptoms. 3. Peritz has made a number of observations of the metabolism of syphilitics, and of patients with tabes and general paralysis. He has found an increase of'lecithin in the stools of these patients. After injections of lecithin
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