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(Gazetta degli Ospitali, No. 61, 1892).
The writer successfully treated a case of morbus maculosus Werlhofü in a young and robust girl, with gallic acid, ergotine and quinine, internally. She was given snow to eat, and it was applied to her abdomen. In a few days the hematuria ceased, the macules and hemorrhagic spots disappeared.
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