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" ... penetration produced ; this compression has another important advantage in that the bactericidal effect is greater because it has been shown that the corpuscles absorb a considerable portion of the rays and thus prevent deep penetration. The affected... "
The Medical World - Page 71
1903
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Denver Medical Times: Utah Medical Journal. Nevada Medicine, Volume 23

1904
...rays and thus prevent deep penetration. The affected area is placed about ten inches from the distal end of the converging apparatus and the treatments,...minutes, depending upon each individual case. The results attained have been hardly less than marvelous, since from carefully compiled statistics covering...
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The Columbus Medical Journal, Volume 28

1904
...rays, and thus prevent deep penetration. The affected area is placed about ten inches from the distal end of the converging apparatus and the treatments,...minutes, depending upon each individual case. The results attained have been hardly less than marvelous since from carefully compiled statistics covering...
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Southern Practitioner: An Independent Monthly Journal Devoted to ..., Volume 26

1904
...rays, and thus prevent deep penetration. The affected area is placed about ten inches from the distal end of the converging apparatus, and the treatments...minutes, depending upon each individual case. The results attained have been hardly less than marvelous, since from carefully compiled statistics, covering...
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Light energy

Margaret Abigail Cleaves - 1904 - 827 pages
...smooth, and of normal characteristics. There remains a little pinkish coloring for a few days longer. The light treatment causes no pain. A red erythematous...blister appears where the light is applied, and in 5 or 6 days the scab falls off, and the ulcer is healed beneath, and the skin is left free from scar...
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The New England Medical Gazette, Volume 39

1904
...THE FINSEN INSTITUTE, COPENHAGEN. — The affected area is placed about ten inches from the distal end of the converging apparatus, and the treatments,...individual case. The light treatment causes no pain ; a red ery thematous spot and blister appears where the light is applied, and in five or six days the scab...
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The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 150, Issue 1

1904
...rays and thus prevent deep penetration. The affected area is placed about ten inches from the distal end of the converging apparatus, and the treatments,...twenty minutes, depending upon each individual case. Finsen goes so far as to say that in lupus vulgarus cures can be obtained in 97% of cases, even where...
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Southern Practitioner: An Independent Monthly Journal ..., Volume 26, Issue 1

1904
...rays, and thus prevent deep penetration. The affected area is placed about ten inches from the distal end of the converging apparatus, and the treatments...minutes, depending upon each individual case. The results attained have been hardly less than marvelous, since from carefully compiled statistics, covering...
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St. Louis Clinique: A Monthly Journal of Clinical Medicine and ..., Volume 17

1904
...rays and thus prevent deep penetration. The affected area is placed about ten inches from the distal end of the converging apparatus and the treatments,...minutes, depending upon each individual case. The results attained have been hardly less than marvelous since from carefully compiled statistics covering...
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Pacific Medical Journal, Volume 47

1904
...rays and thus prevent deep penetration. The affected area is placed about ten inches from the distal end of the converging apparatus, and the treatments,...minutes, depending upon each individual case. The results attained have been hardly less than marvelous, since from carefully compiled statistics covering...
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The Medical Visitor, Volume 20

1904
...rays and thus prevent deep penetration. The affected area is placed about ten inches from the distal end of the converging apparatus and the treatments-,...minutes, depending upon each individual case. The results attained have been hardly less than marvelous, since from carefully compiled statistics, covering...
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