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Page 257 - The above results are independent of the nature of the material, whether normal or toxic. Normal material, as well as toxic, is, as a rule, free from varicosities when treated by the slow method. Normal material, as well as toxic, exhibits a variable amount of varicosity, when treated by any of the other three methods which we have used. We find that it varies within exactly the same limits as the abnormal, that every degree of varicoseness can be illustrated with equal freedom from either, and,...
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