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  • But what chiefly solicited my attention was, that all these appearances in malignant ulcers, their acrimony, the saniousness of the discharge, the corrosion, the spongy flesh, the callous granulations, &c. were always in proportion to the extent of the morbid circumjacent parts, and the extent itself, the product of habitual virulence.

    --J. Vage, 1799, "Observations on inveterate ulcers", Medical and Physical Journal 2: 351

    January 15, 2011

  • It has a wonderful power to check the process of disintegration and correct its inevitable saniousness.

    --J. C. Sanders, 1880, Transactions of the American Institute of Homoeopathy 32‎: 297.

    March 23, 2010