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Phosphate of Lime in Laryngeal Tuberculosis— Sublimate Fossil-meal in Abdominal Actinomycosis Hominis—Syphilitic Myositis—Cocaine in Ophthalmic Surgery—Professor von Langer.
In two of the recent numbers of the Internationale Klinische Rundschen, Prof. John Schnitzler gives some interesting details of a lecture on the treatment of tuberculosis of the larynx with the phosphate of lime, which he had delivered in the Section of Laryngology and Rhinology of the sixtieth meeting of German scientists and physicians at Wiesbaden. He first availed himself of the acid solution of the phosphate of lime, as recommended by Drs. Freund and Kolischer, of Vienna, but later on he used phosphoric acid in different degrees of concentration, and at last, the pure and non diluted acid was used. He applied the solution of Freund and Kolischer by means of the brush or the syringe, and proceeded quite in the same way when he availed himself
LETTER FROM VIENNA. JAMA. 1888;X(4):123–125. doi:10.1001/jama.1888.02400300027007
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