Dr. Perry|| (U.S.) strongly recommends the Chloride of Silver in these affections, after the inflammatory symptoms have subsided. He advises it in doses of gr. 1/2 to gr. iij., gradually increased to gr. xij. daily, and states that he found it productive of excellent effects. He likewise employed it with advantage in Epilepsy, and other affections in which the Nitrate is usually administered.

* Beng. Dispens. p. 410.

Clinical Lectures.

Bull. Gen. de Therap. 1836.

§ Med. Chir. Rev. N.S. vol. Ix. p. 538. || Brit, and For. Med. Rev. vol. xii. p. 567.