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" ... should be repeated daily, and in urgent cases even twice a day. I would here repeat my maxim: Better do this one hundred times unnecessarily than have one single fit from the neglect of so trifling an operation. A skilful person does it in a minute,... "
Painless and Perfect Dentistry: A Popular Treatise on the Teeth - Page 13
by George Horatio Jones - 1885 - 64 pages
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery, Issues 7-9

Medicine - 1844
...hundred times unnecessarily than have one single fit from the neglect of so trifling an operation. A skilful person does it in a minute, and in a minute often prevents a most serions attack — an attack which may cripple the mind or limbs, or even take the life of our...
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The Western Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 3

Lundsford Pitts Yandell - Medicine - 1845
...hundred times unnecessarily than have one single fit from the neglect of so trifling an operation. A skilful person does it in a minute, and in a minute often prevents a most serious attack—an attack which may cripple the mind or limbs, or even take the life of our little...
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The Southern Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 1

Medicine - 1845
...hundred times-unnecessarily than have one single fit from the neglect of so trifling an operation. A skilful person does it in a minute, and in a minute often prevents a most serious attack — an attack which may cripple tho mind or limbs, or even take the lilb of our...
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Dentition and its derangements

Abraham Jacobi - 1862 - 172 pages
...rather the bloodvessels, immediately over the very nerves of the teeth, should be scarified and divided. Now, while there is fever or restlessness, or tendency...minute, and in a minute often prevents a serious attack ; 8 .inn ..._- .i -.*& . :*i iju - -roue -lor " -»- ^- . "^ IT:jT—- HIT i «oŁ .«< i mation of...
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American Medical Times, Volume 5

George Frederick Shrady, Stephen Smith - Medicine - 1862
...rather the bloodvessels, immediately over the very nerves of the teeth, should be scarified and divided. Now, while there is fever or restlessness, or tendency...attack ; an attack which may cripple the mind, or the limb?, or even take the life of the little patient, if frequently repeated. There is, in fact, no comparison...
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The Forceps: Journal of Dental Surgery, the Collateral Arts and Sciences ...

1844
...times unnecessarily than have one single fit fron the neglect of so trifling an operation. A skilfu person does it in a minute, and in a minute often prevents a most serious attack, — an attack whicl may cripple the mind or limbs, or even take the life of our...
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