Some Episodes in the History of African Trypanosomiasis

@article{Lumsden1974SomeEI,
  title={Some Episodes in the History of African Trypanosomiasis},
  author={W. H. R. Lumsden},
  journal={Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine},
  year={1974},
  volume={67},
  pages={789 - 796}
}
  • W. Lumsden
  • Published 1 August 1974
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine
Colyer. Colyer removed the splints, extracted doubtful teeth, treated the sepsis and prided himself that his treatment was sound and Valadier's unsound. A bitter feud between these two 'experts' resulted. Some years later I again met Valadier, at his dental practice in Paris. He was evidently making excursions into oral surgery, for he had a range of small bottles of Lysol solution, in each of which was a sound tooth. He showed me a premolar saying that he would implant the tooth in someone's… 

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