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" ... succeeded by blisters, suppuration, aggravated swelling, heat, pain, and fever; when the disease is at its height, the skin becomes covered with a crust, and the swelling is so great as, in many instances, to close the eyes and almost obliterate the... "
American Medical Botany: Being a Collection of the Native Medicinal Plants ... - Page 26
by Jacob Bigelow - 1820 - 120 pages
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American Medical Botany: Being a Collection of the Native ..., Volumes 1-3

Jacob Bigelow - Botany - 1817
...the swelling is so great as in many instances to close the eyes and almost obliterate the feature s of the face. The symptoms begin in a few hours after...gentleman, with whom I was in company, marked his wristhand with the fresh juice, to observe the effect of the colour. The next day his arm was covered...
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The Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica: A Record of the Positive ..., Volume 8

Timothy Field Allen - Homeopathy - 1878
...instances to close the eyes and almost obliterate the features; the symptoms begin in a few hours after exposure, and are commonly at the height on the fourth...which has been exposed to contact with the poison. The symptoms of this malady, though often highly distressing, are rarely fatal. I have, nevertheless,...
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The Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica: A Record of the Positive ..., Volume 8

Timothy Field Allen - Homeopathy - 1878
...instances to close the eyes and almost obliterate the features; the symptoms begin in a few hours after exposure, and are commonly at the height on the fourth...which has been exposed to contact with the poison. The symptoms of this malady, though often highly distressing, are rarely fatal. I have, nevertheless,...
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THE MONTHLY HOMCEOPATHIC REVIEW

ALFRED C. POPE - 1883
...instances, to close the eyes and almost obliterate the features ; the symptoms begin in a few hours after exposure, and are commonly at the height on the fourth...which has been exposed to contact with the poison. The symptoms of this malady, though often highly distressing, are rarely fatal. I have, nevertheless,...
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THE MONTHLY HOMCEOPATHIC REVIEW

ALFRED C. POPE - 1883
...instances, to close the eyes and almost obliterate the features ; the symptoms begin in a few hours after exposure, and are commonly at the height on the fourth...which has been exposed to contact with the poison. The symptoms of this malady, though often highly distressing, are rarely fatal. I have, nevertheless,...
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The British Homoeopathic Review, Volume 27

Medicine - 1883
...instances, to close the eyes and almost obliterate the features ; the symptoms begin in a few hours after exposure, and are commonly at the height on the fourth...which has been exposed to contact with the poison. The symptoms of this malady, though often highly distressing, are rarely fatal. I have, nevertheless,...
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Monthly Homoeopathic Review, Volume 27

Health & Fitness - 1883
...instances, to close the eyes and almost obliterate the features ; the symptoms begin in a few hours after exposure, and are commonly at the height on the fourth or fifth day, after which dcsquamation begins to take place, and the distress in most instances to diminish. Sometimes the eruption...
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