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Identifier: journalofmedical1719medi (find matches)
Title: Journal of the Medical Society of New Jersey
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Medical Society of New Jersey Medical Society of New Jersey. Transactions of the Medical Society of New Jersey Medical Society of New Jersey. Official list of fellows and members Medical Society of New Jersey. Annual report
Subjects: Medicine Socieites, Medical Tuberculosis
Publisher: Lawrenceville, N.J. (etc.) : Medical Society of New Jersey
Contributing Library: The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Historical Medical Library
Digitizing Sponsor: The College of Physicians of Philadelphia and the National Endowment for the Humanities

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Fig. 5-—Symmetrical Local Asphyxia; RightFoot. Case II. Circulatory Spesms: Cerebral Spasms:Vertigo; Amnesia: Aphasia: Pneumonia:Derth. Mrs. U. K. Q.( an Englishwoman, bornin 1838; first seen in 1906. Housewife.Family history negative. Hysteria as achild. Robust health. Numerous mis-carriages. Case XV.Symmetrical Local Syncopeof both Feet: Purpura Hemorrahagica:Recovery. K. K. T., a physician, born in 1838;first seen in 1904. Case XVI. Symmetrical Local Syncope:Local Asphyxia: Symmetrical Gangrene une, 1920. Journal of the Medical Society of New Jersey. 189
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Fig. 6. .—Symmetrical Local Syncope of the Chin, of both Hands and Fore-arms and of the Anterior Superior Spine of each Ilium. Case VI. 190 Journal of the Medical Society of New Jersey. June, 1920, of both Feet: Symmetrical SuperficialGangrene of both Buttocks and of Back:Perforating Ulcers: Cerebral Spasms:Death. D. S. K., born in Germany in 1863;first seen in 1903. Manufacturer of pig-ments and bronze powders. Case XVII. Symmetrical Local Syn- der of the age at which the patient wasarst seen. They range from an infantiess than one day old to the last patientwho was 76 years of age when she firstcame under observation. Practically ev-ery decade of life is represented in theseries. Some authors have maintainedthat the disease is more common in child-

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  • booksubject:Tuberculosis
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