Art. IX. On the Safety and Advantages of Mercurial Inhalations

Samuel Jackson
1828 American Journal of the Medical Sciences  
Jackson on Mercurial Inhalations. 3X9 listing in gangrene, and that the wound received in dissection was a mere coincidence, and did not produce the symptoms from which the patient suffered. As no post mortem examination was made, in conse¬ quence of the request of the patient, it is impossible to verify the cor¬ rectness of this opinion; but it must be acknowledged, that the symp toms were very similar to those of inflammation of the mucous mem¬ brane of the intestines, and different from
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