Excerpt from The London Medical Gazette, or Journal of Practical Medicine, 1846, Vol. 2
Dr. Carson stated, I think it possible that arsenic would disappear from the body in three days; but I know of no case on record where death has resulted from arsenic that arsenic has not been found. I have known, after the lapse of seven or eight days, arsenic to disappear from the body; and my general impression is, that that is the shortest time. I think it probable that the mass which were in Operation would re move as much arsenic as would cause death.
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