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A MONTHLY JOURNAL
General, Special, and Physiological Therapeutics.
H. A. HARE, M.D.,
EDWARD MARTIN, M.D.,
SURGICAL AND GENITO-URINARY THERAPEUTICS.
WHOLE SERIES, VOL. XXVI.
THIRD SERIES, VOL. XVIII.
WILLIAM M. WARREN,
BOSTON MEDICAL LIBRARY
LIBRARY OF MEDICINE
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1902, by
WILLIAM M. WARREN, In the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.
Original Communications. pear after a few doses, or not until other
evidences of poisoning are pronounced.
Boils or bullous eruptions are less frequent,
occasionally seen. It is to these last named
conditions that I wish to call attention in
reporting the case detailed below.
call attention to purpura as a symptom of
entertained at the time of his observations,
in 1843, he attributed the eruption to a
cord's case was a syphilitic who developed
purpura on three occasions after adminis-
tration of iodide of potassium. Ricord also
refers to a case which he saw with Cruvel-