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" It is available in cases in which ordinary methods are impossible because of the amount of destruction of tissue which complete removal would require ; in other words, it is applicable to many inoperable cases. "
American Medicine - Page 603
1910
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The Medical Brief: A Monthly Journal of Scientific Medicine and ..., Volume 39

1911
...are objectionable, because they involve extensive operations and serious subsequent disfigurements, as, for example, about the eye and nose. This means...produce a radical result in some inoperable cases and to imTHE MEDICAL BRIEF. .37 prove and inhibit the course of other inoperable cases. These theoretical...
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The Medical Fortnightly, Volumes 23-24

1903
...serious subsequent disfigurement, as for example about the eye and nose; and that 6th. It is available in cases in which ordinary methods are impossible because of the amount of destruction of tissue which complete removal would require; in other words, it is applicable to many inoperable cases....
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Transactions of the Tri-State Medical Society of Iowa, Illinois, and Missouri

Tri-State Medical Society of Iowa, Illinois, and Missouri - 1902
...serious subsequent disfigurement, as for example about the eye and nose; and that 6th. It is available in cases in which ordinary methods are impossible because of the amount of destruction of tissue which complete removal would require; in other words, it is applicable to many inoperable cases....
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Therapeutic Gazette

1902
...and serious subsequent disfigurement, as, for example, about the eye and nose. 6. It is available in cases in which ordinary methods are impossible because of the amount of destruction of tissue which complete removal would require ; in other words, it is applicable to many inoperable cases....
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The St. Louis Medical Review, Volume 45

1902
...and serious subsequent disfigurement, as, for example, about the eye and nose. 6. It is available in cases in which ordinary methods are impossible because of the amount of destruction of tissue which complete removal would require ; in other words, it is applicable to many inoperable cases....
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American year-book of medicine and surgery. v.8 pt.2, 1903, Volume 8, Part 2

1903
...and serious subsequent disfigurement, as, for example, about the eye and nose. (6) It is available in cases in which ordinary methods are impossible because of the amount of destruction of tissue which complete removal would require ; in other words, it is applicable to many inoperable cases....
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The Practical Application of the Röntgen Rays in Therapeutics and Diagnosis

William Allen Pusey, Eugene Wilson Caldwell - 1903 - 591 pages
...are objectionable, because they involve extensive operations and serious subsequent disfigurement; as, for example, about the eye and nose. This means further that — (/) It has a field of usefulness in cases in Avhich ordinary methods are impossible, because of...
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The American Journal of Physiologic Therapeutics, Volume 1

1911
...are objectionable, because they involve extensive operations and serious subsequent disfigurements, as, for example, about the eye and nose. This means further that: Sixth.—It has a field of usefulness in some cases in which ordinary methods are impossible, because...
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Transactions

American Medical Association. Section on Dermatology - 1910
...are objectionable, because they involve extensive operations and serious subsequent disfigurement, as, for example, about the eye and nose. This means further that: 183 in other words, it may be used to produce a radical result in some inoperable cases and to improve...
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Transactions of the Section on Dermatology of the American ..., Volume 61

American Medical Association. Section on Dermatology - 1910
...are objectionable, because they involve extensive operations and serious subsequent disfigurement, as, for example, about the eye and nose. This means further that: 183 in other words, it may be used to produce a radical result in some inoperable cases and to improve...
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