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Still more curious and suggestive is the origin of psoriasis on the site of vaccination, which has been recorded by several writers (Rohe, Hyde, Piffard, Chambard, Gaskoin, Morris, Fox); for it has occurred not only when the relatives were psoriatic, but also when there was no psoriasis in the patient's family, and no apparent source of contagion. Waller has shown that, in fatigue induced by over-stimulation of a nerve, it is at the motor end plate that conduction is first interrupted; and Dr. But I believe that to large numbers of half-educated men in the medical profession.

This patient's condition had presented some difficulties, in that the temperature had kept up so long there seemed some doubt whether it was due to the fever or to sepsis, and, acting on the latter supposition, later on it was thought advisable to give him more food to keep up his strength. They are of various kinds; some are discutient, others favor suppuration; some again are refrigerant, and others emollient, or stimulating. As to the clinical fact that hyperpigmentation occurs in consequence of ovarian disease and of pregnancy, there is no doubt; the literature abounds in cases and we are review all more or less familiar with examples from our personal experience.

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