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Literary usage of Curatively
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Organ Diseases of Women: Notably Enlargements and Displacements of the by James Compton Burnett (1897)
"... of these cases curatively. Why ? The history of the affects of the marital urethral lining will not infrequently give the answer: the urethral lips will ..."
2. Specific Diagnosis and Specific Medication by John William Fyfe, John Milton Scudder (1909)
"curatively after failure to secure any beneficial action from other approved remedies. In one case reported the writer says that his little patient would ..."
3. Report of the International Prison Congress Held in London, July 3-13, 1872 by Allen Folger (1873)
"... of adequate modifications of prison discipline and the educational agencies at command, should prisoners be treated operatively, curatively and ..."
4. Emil Von Behring: Infectious Disease, Immunology, Serum Therapy by Derek S. Linton (2005)
"Thus, the ministry was seeking a cure, not a prophylactic vaccine, and there was absolutely no evidence that Behring's vaccine worked curatively. ..."
5. The Prophylaxis and Treatment of Internal Disease: Designed for the Use of by Frederick Forchheimer (1910)
"The serum, then, acts as an antitoxin and curatively, but changes in the nerve cells take ... The effects of the injection when it acts curatively are slow, ..."
6. Bacteriology: General, Pathological and Intestinal by Arthur Isaac Kendall (1921)
"Diphtheria antitoxin is used in two ways: (a) prophylactically; (6) curatively. If diphtheria breaks out in a household or a hospital, those in contact with ..."
7. Humphreys' homeopathic mentor by Frederick Humphreys (1897)
"Hence it is that in order to act curatively, as medicines, and in the most speedy and efficient manner, they must be reduced, triturated, ..."