volume 1, issue 2769, P183-188 1914
DOI: 10.1136/bmj.1.2769.183
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Abstract: CHRONIC INTESTINAL STASIS. [ TEDCnJ0aA I 83 or subinfection are to be detected. I would, however, in all meekness, object that the intoxication theory has been tried, and, save as regards a singularly limited series of symptoms, has so far been found wanting when subjected to the test of experiment; while, on the contrary, it is possible to adduce experimental evidence in favour of each of nmy pleas in favour of the infective nature of the conditions discussed. CONCLUSIONS. To epitomize: 1. It is more rational…

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