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" The parts should be first cleared of the hair, sometimes found in considerable quantities upon the legs, by means of a razor, that none of the discharges by being retained, may become acrid and inflame the skin, and that the dressings may be removed with... "
The London Medical and Physical Journal - Page 92
1799
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 3

Theology - 1815
...the hair, sometimes found in considerable quantities upon the legs, by means of a razor, that none of the discharges by being retained, may become acrid...the skin, and that the dressings may be removed with case at each time of their renewal ; which, in some cases, where the discharges are very profuse, and...
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The modern practice of physic

Robert Thomas - Medical - 1828 - 995 pages
...which is sometimes found in considerable quantities upon the legs, by means of a razor, that none of the discharges, by being retained, may become acrid...where the discharges are very profuse and the ulcers irritable, may perhapbe necessary twice in twenty-four hours, " but which, 1 Imve (he says) in almost...
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The Domestic Dictionary and Housekeeper's Manual: Comprising Everything ...

Gibbons Merle, John Reitch - Cooking, English - 1842 - 457 pages
...which is sometimes found in considerable quantities upon the legs, by means of a razor, that none of the discharges, by being retained, may become acrid and inflame the skin ; and also that the dressing may be removed with ease at each time of its removal. URINE, DIFFICULTY OF VOIDING...
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A treatise on the cure of ulcers by fumigation [&c.].

George Alfred Walker - 1847
...783. t Descriptive Account of a new method of Treating Ulcers. London, 1/97. BAYNTON'S BANDAGE. 11 by being retained, may become acrid and inflame the...skin, and that the dressings may be removed with ease. The middle of the piece so prepared (that is, adhesive plaster, cut into strips about two inches in...
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The Principles and practice of surgery

William Pirrie - 1852 - 784 pages
...in considerable quantities upon the legs, by means of a razor, that none of the disFig. 11. charges, by being retained, may become acrid and inflame the...at each time of their renewal, which in some cases, when the discharges are profuse and the ulcers very irritable, may perhaps be necessary twice in twenty-four...
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