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This presentation of the work done at Guy's is equal to the best of its series. It opens with a memorial note regarding the late Sir William Withey Gull, M.D., whose name appeared so frequently in the earlier volumes of these Reports. Gull's name was identified with Guy's Hospital from his earliest student days. Dr. Hale White's contribution on pernicious anæmia is based on the doctrine that this is a disease essentially distinct from and marked by the absence of the ordinary causes and concomitants of symptomatic anæmia. The proportion of recoveries among the cases treated at that hospital has been small. Not a few of those discharged cured have afterwards returned for further treatment, and some of these have died in hospital. Two cases, kept under observation a number of years, have not relapsed, and may be recorded as cured. Dr. White also writes on malignant diseases of the
Guy's Hospital Reports. Third series, Vol. xxxii. JAMA. 1892;XVIII(19):592. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411230022005
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