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" The applications were never painful in the least, and the destruction of the pathologic tissue resulted in the formation of a hard, resistant, and non-sensitive bed for the nail, a perfect cure for the ingrowing tendency. The non-toxicity of the alum,... "
American Medicine - Page 437
1910
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Medical Council, Volume 10

1905
...resulted in the formation of a hard, resistant and non-sensitive bed for the nail, a perfect cure for the ingrowing tendency. The non-toxicity of the alum, its easy application, and the fine results, render it the chosen treatment for cases in which surgical intervention is not contemplated....
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The New England Medical Gazette, Volume 40

1905
...resulted in the formation of a hard, resistant and non-sensitive bed for the nail, a perfect cure for the ingrowing tendency. The nontoxicity of the alum, its easy application, and the fine results render it the chosen treatment for cases in which surgical intervention is not contemplated....
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The New England Medical Gazette, Volume 40

1905
...resulted in the formation of a hard, resistant and non-sensitive bed for the nail, a perfect cure for the ingrowing tendency. The nontoxicity of the alum, its easy application, and the fine results render it the chosen treatment for cases in which surgical intervention is not contemplated....
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Surgical therapeutics

Emory Lanphear - 1907 - 396 pages
...results in the formation of a hard, resistant and non-sensitive bed for the nail, a perfect cure for the ingrowing tendency. The nontoxicity of the alum, its easy application, and the good results render it the treatment of choice for cases in which surgical intervention is not contemplated. A fomentation...
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The Medical Bulletin: A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 28

1906
...resulted in the formation of a hard, resistant, and non-sensitive bed for the nail, a perfect cure for the ingrowing tendency. The non-toxicity of the alum, its easy application, and the fine results, render it the chosen treatment for all cases in which surgical intervention is not contemplated....
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Medical Council, Volume 15

1910
...results in the formation of a hard, resistant and non-sensitive bed for the nail, a perfect cure for the ingrowing tendency. The nontoxicity of the alum, its easy application, and the good results render it the treatment of choice for cases in which surgical intervention is not contemplated. A fomentation...
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The New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 58

1906
...resulted in the formation of a hard, resistant and non-sensitive bed for the nail, a perfect cure for the ingrowing tendency. The non-toxicity of the alum. its easy application and the fine results render it the chosen treatment for cases in which surgical intervention is not contemplated....
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Western Medical Review

1910
...turns of bandage, may be removed in about a minute and a half. — Stransky (La Semaine Medicale). Alum and Ingrowing Nails. According to the American...at least in cases where no operative measures are contempleted. A soapand-water fomentation is first applied for twenty-four hours, and then the alum...
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Therapeutic Medicine, Volume 1

1907
...results in the formation of a hard, resistant and non-sensitive bed for the nail, a perfect cure for the ingrowing tendency. The non-toxicity of the alum, its easy application, and the good results render it the treatment of choice for cases in which surgical intervention is not contemplated. A fomentation...
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Indiana Medical Journal: A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 24

1906
...resulted in the formation of a hard, resistant and non-sensitive bed for the nail, a perfect cure for the ingrowing tendency. The non-toxicity of the alum, its easy application, and the fine results, render it the chosen treatment for cases in which surgical intervention is not contemplated....
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