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A,SSET CA=PI=TAL GP IN+C.
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ASSE*T C*APIT.AL GP INC*.
and considerable portions of the jaws may be lost by necrosis.
[Illustration FIG. 23.Cancrum oris. (From a photograph lent by Sir
George T. Beatson.)] _Treatment._The only satisfactory treatment is
thorough removal under an anaesthetic of all the sloughy tissue, with the
surrounding zone in which the organisms are active. This is most
efficiently accomplished by the knife or scissors, cutting until the
tissue bleeds freely, after which the raw surface is painted with
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