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" ... or less manifestation of the symptoms already enumerated, we discover a most remarkable, and, so far as I know, characteristic discoloration taking place in the skin, — sufficiently marked indeed as generally to have attracted the attention of the... "
GUY'S HOSPITAL REPORTS. THIRD SERIES. VOL. VIII. - Page 6
by SAMUEL WILKS, M.D. - 1862
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 18

Medicine - 1856
...more or less manifestation of the symptoms already enumerated, we discover a most remarkable, and, so far as I know, characteristic discoloration taking...attracted the attention of the patient himself, or of the patient's friends. This discoloration pervades the whole surface of the body, but is commonly...
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The North American Journal of Homeopathy, Volume 5

1857
...more or less manifestation of the symptoms already enumerated, we discover a most remarkable, and, so far as I know, characteristic discoloration taking...attracted the attention of the patient himself, or of the patient's friends. This discoloration pervades the whole surface of the body, but is commonly...
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half ..., Parts 40-41

William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan - Medicine - 1860
...constitutional change." In cases of supra-renal disease — " With more or less of these symptoms wo discover a most remarkable, and as far as I know,...the patient's friends. The discoloration pervades tho whole surface of tho body, but is commonly most strongly manifested on the face, neck, superior...
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The Science and Practice of Medicine, Volume 2

William Aitken - Medicine - 1864 - 993 pages
...less manifestation of the symptoms already enumerated," writes the same distinguished physician, " we discover a most remarkable, and, as far as I know,...characteristic discoloration taking place in the skin." It pervades the whole surface of the body, but is commonly most strongly manifested on the face, neck,...
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Proceedings of the Pathological Society of Dublin, Volume 2

1865
...to miasmatic influences. But, with a more or less manifestation of the symptoms already enumerated, we discover a most remarkable, and as far as I know,...taking place in the skin sufficiently marked indeed, as to have attracted the attention of the patient himself, or of the patient's friends. " This discoloration...
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A Treatise on the principles and practice of medicine

Austin Flint - 1866 - 867 pages
...more or less manifestation of the symptoms already enumerated, we discover a most remarkable and, so far as I know, characteristic discoloration taking...attracted the attention of the patient himself or his friends. This discoloration pervades the whole surface of the body, but is commonly most strongly...
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A Collection of the Published Writings of the Late Thomas Addison, M.D ...

Thomas Addison, Thomas M. Daldy - Addison's disease - 1868 - 242 pages
...more or less manifestation of the symptoms already enumerated we discover a most remarkable and, so far as I know, characteristic discoloration taking...attracted the attention of the patient himself or of the patient's friends. This discoloration pervades the whole surface of the body, but is/ commonly...
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The Science and Practice of Medicine, Volume 2

William Aitken - Clinical medicine - 1872
...of this gradual and extraordinary constitutional change." writes the same distinguished physician, " we discover a most remarkable, and, as far as I know,...characteristic discoloration taking place in the skin." It pervades the whole surface of the body, but is commonly most strongly manifested on the face, neck,...
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The Dublin Journal of Medical Science, Volume 73

Medicine - 1882
...cause of this gradual and extraordinary change. . . . With more or less of these symptoms we discover most remarkable and, as far as I know, characteristic discoloration taking place in the skin—sufficiently marked, indeed, as generally to have attracted the attention of the patient himself,...
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International Clinics: A Quarterly of Clinical Lectures

Clinical medicine - 1905
...greater or less manifestation of the symptoms already enumerated, we discover a most remarkable and, so far as I know, characteristic discoloration taking...attracted the attention of the patient himself or of the patient's friends. " This discoloration pervades the whole surface of the body, but is most...
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