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1883 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
all the others, after from thirty-six to forty-eight hours, the temperature rose, and a characteristic blush appeared. This gradually extended to the root of the ear, and thence over the bead and neck. The course was run in from six to eight days without a single fatal termination. The fact that this was true erysipelas and not septicaemia was shown by the light-red color of the part, the absence of oedema or suppura-
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