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" ... was at once put upon teaspoonful doses of thialion to be taken in a glassful of hot water every morning upon rising. On the third day a large mushy movement of the bowels occurred, which was so offensive in odor that the patient at first refused to... "
Pioneering in Cuba: a narrative of the settlement of La Gloria, the first ... - Page 92
by James Meade Adams - 1901 - 220 pages
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Denver Medical Times, Volume 19

Medicine - 1899
...offensive in odor that the patient at first refused to continue the medicine. On being informed, however, that it was the best thing that could have happened he was finally persuaded to resume the treatment, from which hour he began to improve steadily. Three weeks...
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Denver Medical Times, Volume 19

Medicine - 1899
...offensive in odor that the patient at first refused to continue the medicine. On being informed, however, that it was the best thing that could have happened he was finally persuaded to resume the treatment, from which hour he began to improve steadily. Three weeks...
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A Practical Treatise on Thialion: A Laxative Salt of Lithia, with Complete ...

Vass Chemical Company - 1900 - 176 pages
...offensive in odor that the patient at first refused to continue the medicine. On being informed, however, that it was the best thing that could have happened he was finally persuaded to resume the treatment, from which hour he began to improve steadily. Three weeks...
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A Practical treatise on uric acid toxemia in all its phases

Vass Chemical Company - 1904 - 263 pages
...offensive in odor that the patient at first refused to continue the medicine. On being informed, however, that it was the best thing that could have happened he was finally persuaded to resume the treatment, from which hour he began to improve steadily. Three weeks...
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The Outlook, Volume 61, Part 2

Lyman Abbott, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Ernest Hamlin Abbott - 1899
...Thirteenth has been one of intense concentration, leading by direct steps to the pontificate. In Perugia he was the right man in the right place ; he was in the heai t of the difficulties between the Papacy and the Italian Kingdom, and he was in his element...
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Canadian Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 7

Medicine - 1900
...offensive in odor that the patient at first refused to continue the medicine. On being informed, however, that it was the best thing that could have happened, he was finally persuaded to resume the treatment, from which hour he began to improve steadily. Three weeks...
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Uric Acid Monthly, Volume 1

1901
...offensive in odor that the patient at first refused to continue the medicine. On being informed, however, that it was the best thing that could have happened he was finally persuaded to resume the treatment, from which hour he began to improve steadily. Three weeks...
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The Medical Era: A Practical Medical Magazine, Volume 9

Solomon Claiborne Martin - Medicine - 1899
...offensive in odor that the patient at first refused to continue the medicine. On being informed, however, that it was the best thing that could have happened, he was finally persuaded to resume the treatment, from which hour he began to improve steadily. Three weeks...
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New England Medical Monthly and the Prescription, Volume 19

Medical - 1900
...offensive in odor that the patient at first refused to continue the medicine. On being informed, however, that it was the best thing that could have happened he was finally persuaded to resume the treatment, from which hour he began to improve steadily. Three weeks...
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