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From the tincture prepared with rectified spirit, and by either maceration or displacement.
On the other hand, he took the opposite course to discover and demonstrate the nerves, and advised maceration in running water.
Place the flask in a water-bath regulated to 60°C. and allow the maceration to continue for one hour.
The maceration of different portions of the skeleton is produced by water.
For the production of the huile and pomade they are treated by maceration.
They are treated by maceration and enfleurage, chiefly the latter.
By maceration in water, the skin is then made to swell, and the pits become prominent over the surface which had been shaved.
This favorable change is purely mechanical—due to the maceration to which the increased activity of the sweat glands gives rise.
ESSENTIALS OF DISEASES OF THE SKINHENRY WEIGHTMAN STELWAGON

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