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" In some cases it will be found that the iodide of lead ointment excites a certain degree of inflammation of the surface of the scalp after it has been used for some days ; when such occurs, it should not be applied for a day or two, and the lotion alone... "
A Practical treatise on diseases of the skin - Page 360
by John Moore Neligan - 1852 - 439 pages
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery, Volumes 17-18

William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan - Medicine - 1848
...prepared lard ; the head is to be still washed every morning with the carbonate oí potash lotion. In some cases it will be found that the iodide of lead ointment excites a certain degree of inriammation of the surface of the scalp after it has been used for some days ; when such occurs it...
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A Practical treatise on the diseases of children

John Forsyth Meigs - 1853 - 711 pages
...inflammation of the scalp, as sometimes happens after the first few days, it should be intermitted for a day or two, and the lotion employed alone three...After this first attack of inflammation disappears, Dr. Neligan has not seen it recur again, although the use of the ointment has been persisted in for...
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On the diseases of infants and children

Fleetwood Churchill - 1856 - 735 pages
...of prepared lard ; the head is to be still washed every morning with the carbonate of potash lotion. In some cases it will be found that the iodide of...should not be applied for a day or two, and the lotion alone employed three or four times daily. After this first attack of inflammation disappears, I have...
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The Diseases of children

Fleetwood Churchill - 1858 - 782 pages
...to he still washed every morning with the carhonate of potash l"tion. In some cases it will he fonnd that the iodide of lead ointment excites a certain degree of inflammation of the snrface of the scalp after it has heen nsed for some days; when snch occnrs, it shonld not he applied...
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