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Part 70

The sputa in fevers, not of an intermittent type, which [p. 329]are livid, streaked with blood, and fetid, are all bad, it is favorable when this evacuation, like the urinary and alvine, passes freely; and whenever any discharge is suppressed and not purged off it is bad.

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