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Neuralgia And Rheumatism Of The Heart

Sources: A Newly Discovered System Of Electrical Medication

If neuralgia, use B D current; if rheumatism, use A D. In either

case, treat the heart with P. P., moderate force, placing N. P. at lower

dorsal or upper lumbar vertebrae. Treat five to eight minutes, daily,

until relief is gained.

Rheumatism of the heart may be distinguished from neuralgia by its

occasioning irregularity in the cardiac contractions, commonly a sense

of soreness and pain under pressure by the hand, and often perceptible

enlargement of the organ, which neuralgia does not, and also by its

pains being more constant--less fitful--than those of neuralgia.