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pulse. This makes a better acquaintance with sphygmology necessary. 7. The sphygmograph which only gives the tracings of the pulse, and the sense of touch in the finger of the examiner are not sufficient as reliable aids in examining the pulse so as to elicit all the facts that other instrumental aids and ap¬ pliances can bring out, as has been demonstrated by certain mechanical contrivances devised under the direction of the writer, and which have by him been experimented with sufficiently todoi:10.1001/jama.1889.02400840035015 fatcat:sb3mdwzyzncobij2wajiwuyuri