Excerpt from The Dublin Journal of Medical Science, Vol. 91: January to June, 1891
I wish rather to bring under the notice of the Academy some examples of the chronic or subacute disease which I have referred to as that which attacks the nerves of the extremities - either the feet and legs, or the hands and forearms, or both the upper and lower extremities together, with a remarkable symmetry, and of which the involvement of the sensory, vasomotor, and secretory nerves form a most prominent and distinguishing feature.
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