Osteomalacia is mistaken for some form of rheumatism more
»ld or iced water, or using the eold-bath methods described
possibly atrophy, and perhaps sensory changes, as a rule
heated. It was to have been expected that the preternatural heat
The flattering reception which was accorded the first issue
down upon a small angioma. The veins going to it were ligated, and it was!