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Having taken all these facts into consideration, I prescribed for her the daily use of a lavement of cold water; that she should take the Ward's paste (confectio piperis composita) three times daily, and some lenitive electuary at bedtime. His investigations were made upon two patients with syphilitic roseola, who were first treated with serum from syphilitics with condylomata, and later, during a recrudescence of the disease, with serum from those with gummata. All patients were receiving treatment aimed at the causes. In contrast, bleeding from injury to internal organs is always very serious and may quickly endanger life.
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