Clin Pediatr (Phila) volume 2, issue 12, P676-681 1963 DOI: 10.1177/000992286300201206 View full text
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P.P. Rickham, C.R. Boeckman

Abstract: 1 HERE was a very strong person, and a man that was otherwise sound enough, who had for a long time been troubled with frequent vomiting and used to bring up what he had eaten oftentimes, though not always, as soon as it was got into him. At last when all remedies had been tried and found of no use, the distemper came to such an height that he would eat very hungrily, till such time as his Weazon was top full to his throat, and then presently throw all that he had swallowed up again crude and unconcocted as i…

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