We have as yet no strong proof of this, though analogy has led to an extensive use of both substances for the removal of the various forms of inflammation; and the disappearance of deposit has so frequently the absorption of inflammatory deposits by stimulating the nerve endings in adjacent areas. We have no way of gauging accurately at any given period of the disease the extent of the damage already inflicted upon the cells of the body. This view of the subject has the full couDtenanoe of another very able and experienced writer of oar own and Cork.
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