This particular case is cited as evidence that in euonymus we have a remedy which apparently has a sphere of useful action in functional liver disturbances, though unfortunately one which has not been fully or thoroughly proved. The case in itself is inconclusive and of no special importance, though it is indicative of clinical possibilities.
Treatment of the paralyzed parts should be based upon an evaluation of the amount of destruction present in the cold cells and in the muscles affected. An important point to remember is that an attempt should be made to help the patient to overcome his fear to free himself from his mechanical devices.
From the dawn of recorded history to the present moment there have been either wars or rumors of war, and every major conflict has been followed by pestilential disease. Cholera, bubonic plague, typhus, typhoid and influenza are some of the well known epidemic maladies, but there are many other which have been associated with deeds of valor in ages past and present.