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" Review, an account of some experiments performed by a German on himself with Bromide of potassium. The experimenter had found that when he took ten grains of the preparation three times a day for fourteen days, it produced temporary impotency, the virile... "
Medical Times and Gazette - Página 84
1869
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The British Journal of Homoeopathy, Volumen15

John James Drysdale, Robert Ellis Dudgeon, Richard Hughes, John Rutherfurd Russell - 1857
...the treatment of this affection. Some years since, however, he had read in the British and Foreign Review, an account of some experiments performed by...women unaccompanied by epilepsy. He had found it, in doses of from five to ten grains, three times a day, of the greatest service. In a case of hysterical...
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The British Journal of Homoeopathy, Volumen15

1857
...the treatment of this affection. Some years since, however, he had read in the British and Foreign Review, an account of some experiments performed by...women unaccompanied by epilepsy. He had found it, in doses of from five to ten grains, three times a day, of the greatest service. In a case of hysterical...
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The London Lancet: A Journal of British and Foreign Medical and ..., Volumen2

1857
...the treatment of this affection. Some years since, however, he had read in the British and Foreign Review, an account of some experiments performed by...returning after leaving off the medicine. He (Dr. Loeock) determined to try this remedy in cases of hysteria in young women, unaccompanied by epilepsy....
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The Retrospect of Medicine: Being a Half-yearly Journal ..., Volumen59

1869
...and which I quote from the Lancet of May, 1857:— "Some years since he had read in the British and Foreign Medical Review an account of some experiments...women unaccompanied by epilepsy. He had found it, in doses of from five to ten grains three times It is remarkable that such class of drugs seem to have...
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a ..., Volúmenes58-59

1869
...he had read in the British and Foreign Medical Review an account of some experiments performed by & German on himself with bromide of potassium. The experimenter...medicine. He (Dr. Locock) determined to try this remedy in caaes of hysteria in young women unaccompanied by epilepsy. He had found it, in doses of from five...
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Lectures on diseases of the nervous system

Sir Samuel Wilks - 1878 - 495 páginas
...which I quote from the' Lancet' of May, 1857 :—"Some years since he had read in the ' British and Foreign Medical Review' an account of some experiments...young women unaccompanied by epilepsy. He had found it of the greatest service in doses of from five to ten grains three times a day. In a case of hysterical...
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A Manual of Psychological Medicine and Allied Nervous Diseases ...: With ...

Edward Cox Mann - 1883 - 667 páginas
...quote from the l.ancct of May, 1857: "Some years since he had read in the British and Foreign Affiifal Review an account of some experiments performed by...medicine. He (Dr. Locock) determined to try this remedy in ca^es of hysteria in young women unaccompanied by epilepsy. He had found it, in doses of from five...
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The History of Epileptic Therapy: An Account of How Medication was Developed

D.F. Scott - 1993 - 180 páginas
...the treatment of this affliction. Some years since, however, he had read in the 'British and Foreign Review' an account of some experiments performed by...women, unaccompanied by epilepsy. He had found it, in doses from five to ten grains, three times a day, of the greatest service. In a case of hysterical...
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Neurosteroid Effects in the Central Nervous System: The Role of the GABA-A ...

Sheryl S. Smith - 2003 - 408 páginas
...the treatment of this affliction. Some years since, however, he had read in the British and Foreign Review, an account of some experiments performed by a German on himself with bromide of potassium. Dr. Locock determined to try this remedy in cases of hysteria in young women unaccompanied by epilepsy....
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