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Page 422 - ... spasm. I have observed many cases of chronic epilepsy that have been relieved of all convulsive seizures so long as the full effect of atropine upon the ciliary muscle was maintained. 5. No promises that absolute cure can be effected by eye treatment should ever be made to an epileptic ; but it is usually safe for the physician and patient to hope that a radical correction of marked heterophoria and abnormal refraction will eventually be followed by decided and permanent benefits.
Page 79 - In presenting this report of a case of acute cocaine-poisoning, I doubt whether I can offer anything new; and yet there are several interesting points to be noted. The literature on cocaine intoxication, though widely scattered, is, however, quite extensive. Mattison, of Brooklyn, and Germain See, of Paris, have each reported, in 1892, two hundred and more cases of poisoning, with twenty deaths. Since then quite a number of deaths have been recorded in medical journals. The dose at which fatal poisoning...