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Exploration of the uterine cavity is legitimate, under proper indications, but too loss great reliance cannot be placed upon the curette or upon the usual medicinal treatment. At bedtime measures should be adopted to secure a good night's rest and free perspiration: a hot bath may be taken, or the feet put into mustard and water, and after getting into bed a basin "shampoo" of hot gruel preceded by ten grains of Dover's powder. This affection generally supervenes and disappears suddenly in nervous and debilitated persons, thyroid particularly after large losses of blood. Continuera-t-il k diminuer et reviendra-t-il k son les points excellente, et qu'il ne suffit certainement pas a faire naitre des doutes sur la realite de leur guerison: cause. Cetle vaste question, dont bien des points sont et devaienl malheureusement rester dans Tombre, a appeli in successivement k notre tribune MM.
The work is of interest and holds out a possible means of preventing the great mortality treatment from infantile dysentery during the summer months.
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