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        Paginationxvi, 63 p. :
        Number of Pages56
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From the eighth to the twelfth day, the transformation of these lesions into pustules is effected, the process beginning, as in all the metamorphoses of the disease, in the vesicles of greatest age ; those, namely, on the face and upper portions of the body. Bromine, 372, Chromic Acid, 815, Nitric Acid, 119, and Acid Nitrate of Mercury, 293, efficient escharotics for the destruction of.

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The oleo-resin of Copaiba Langsdorfii Des-fontaines, and of other species of Gopaifera Nat. Rotheln is a specific, feebly contagious, febrile disorder, often epidemic, accom- panied by a characteristic exanthem. The French word massage is equivalent to the term shampooing.

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