from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The act of administering chloroform as an anesthetic.
- noun In medicine, the aggregate of anesthetic phenomena resulting from the inhalation of chloroform.
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If however a second chloroformization is carried out a month or so after the first, in conditions as nearly identical with the first as may be permissible, then on the third or the fourth or the fifth day in particular, severe leucocytosis will appear, reaching 220 or 250 leucocytes.
If, after an interval of three weeks, a new break-up takes place in the liver as a result of the second chloroformization, then this behaves like a second protein injection, the unleashing injection on an anaphylactized animal.