Original article| Volume 3, ISSUE 6, P352-357, March 1918

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A case of symmetrical peripheral gangrene

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      1. A comprehensive bibliography is not offered, being too cumbersome and unlikely to improve on that compiled by H. Norman.9 Cases quoted in the text above are noted below for reference.
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