Annual Meeting of the Essex North District Medical Society

1878 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
returned to its normal size. The injection was attended with very little pain, which if it existed at all was usually local and confined to the origin of the sterno-cleido-mastoid muscle. Most of his cases, twentyfour women, had uterine complications. His experience would suggest
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