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which registered 122°was specially provided. The temperature was ordinarily taken in the axilla, but was also taken in the rectum and between the thighs. The records of the case show that the observations were made in the most careful manner, and that there was no possibility of error arising from the use of hot-water bottles or from deception. The urine was passed with difficulty in hot towels and appeared almost a mass of lithates. The menses, which appeared once after the accident, weredoi:10.1056/nejm187504080921406 fatcat:jgwc67blrbd2dnwxozdtjpmlym