The Practitioner, Volume 19

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John Brigg, 1877 - Family medicine
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Page 184 - in a drop of syrup. But as long as the tongue is thickly coated, or red and irritable, it is well to withhold chalybeates altogether. This is very true of phthisis. However much the general pallor, the lack of tone and loss of power seem to call for iron, it is useless,
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