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" It appears to us that there is not sufficient evidence to prove that any of the advocated systems of treatment have power to prevent the heart becoming diseased. In concluding that the treatment has prevented the heart becoming diseased... "
Medical Times and Gazette - Página 77
1869
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The Half-yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences: Being a ..., Volúmenes48-49

William Harcourt Ranking, Charles Bland Radcliffe, William Dommett Stone - 1869
...full doses of alkali, by blisters, by lemon-juice, or by nitrate of potash, and they observe : "It appears to us that there is not sufficient evidence...overlooked the fact that there might be no tendency at the time the patients were under treatment for the heart to become diseased, and our cases show...
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The London Lancet: A Journal of British and Foreign Medical and Chemical ...

1869
...by full doses of alkali, by blisters, by lemon-juice, or by nitrate of potash, and they observe: "It appears to us that there is not sufficient evidence...overlooked the fact that there might be no tendency at the time the patients were under treatment for the heart to become diseased, and our cases show...
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The Retrospect of Medicine: Being a Half-yearly Journal ..., Volumen59

1869
...full doses of alkali, by blisters, by lemon-juice, or by nitrate of potash, and they observe : "It appears to us that there is not sufficient evidence...overlooked the fact that there might be no tendency at the time the patients were under treatment for the heart to become diseased, and our cases show...
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The Medical circular [afterw.] The London medical press & circular ..., Volumen1

1869
...lemon-juice, or by nitrate of potash, and they observe : "It appears to us that there is not su Scient evidence to prove that any of the advocated systems...overlooked the fact that there might be no tendency at the time the patiente were under treatment for the heart to become diseased, and our cases show...
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a ..., Volúmenes58-59

1869
...lemon-juice, or by nitrate of potash, and they observe : " It appears to us that there is not iufficient evidence to prove that any of the advocated systems...overlooked the fact that there might be no tendency at the time the patients were under treatment for the heart to become diseased, and our cases show...
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Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, Volumen52

Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London - 1869
...treatment which are advocated have any decided power in preventing the heart becoming diseased ? It appears to us that there is not sufficient evidence to prove that any of the systems of treatment have power to prevent the, heart becoming diseased ; and in concluding that the...
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a ..., Volúmenes60-61

1870
...treatment which are advocated have any decided power in preventing the heart becoming diseased? It appears to us that there is not sufficient evidence to prove that any of the systems of treatment have power to prevent the heart becoming diseased; and in concluding that the...
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The Retrospect of Medicine: Being a Half-yearly Journal ..., Volumen61

1870
...theoretical materies morbi it appears to us that we are only making a theory to explain a theory. It appears to us that there is not sufficient evidence to prove that any of the systems of treatment have power to prevent the heart becoming diseased ; and in concluding that the...
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Transactions of the British Homoeopathic Congress

1870
...natural course of the disease and its treatment by the do-nothing system in hospital. They consider that there is not sufficient evidence to prove that any of the advocated systems have power to prevent the heart from becoming diseased. They, along with Dr. Barclay, agree in the...
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A Collection of the published writings of William Withey Gull v. 1 ..., Volumen1

Sir William Withey Gull - 1894
...treatment which are advocated have any decided power in preventing the heart becoming diseased ? It appears to us that there is not sufficient evidence to prove that any of the systems of treatment have power to prevent the heart becoming diseased ; and in concluding that the...
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