d his attention to Dr. Brown-Sequard
Charles Edward Brown-Sequard (1818–), born in Mauritius of mof Boston, then in Paris, he had recourse to Dr. Brown-Sequard, who concurred with Dr. Hayward in t and considerable time would be required.
Dr. Brown-Sequard met Sumner first at the latter's lod he would apply a hot iron to the spine.
D r. Brown-Sequard has not treated the moxa at length in ever, the burns are slowly closing over; and Dr. Brown-Sequard, who is in daily attendance, does no by an excursion to Brittany.
On his return Dr. Brown-Sequard thought of applying fire again, but n the spine and certain drugs.
Letters of Dr. Brown-Sequard and Dr. Hayward, written November 19 A. Crouzet, to whom he was commended by Dr..
Brown-Sequard, conceived such an admiration for his on, which compelled quiet for some days; and Dr. Brown-Sequard, on a report from Dr. Crouzet, enjoi of Dr. Crouzet, the treatment prescribed by Dr. Brown-Sequard,— poisons for medicines and cupping [3 more...]<