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All the dried fruits are rich in food values, and if we could get them untreated by chemicals, they would be worth their cost.
This condition, if untreated, may persist for years and may finally give rise to a general tuberculosis.
This has led to alarmists demanding that under no circumstances ought sewage to pass untreated into a river.
In small children it is not uncommon, if such cases remain untreated, for this membrane to choke the patient.
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It is true that sapwood will not resist decay as long as heartwood, if both are untreated with preservatives.
Again, inflammation of the eyelids, and sometimes of deeper parts of the eyeball, follows untreated hyperopia.
In the majority of untreated cases, however, recovery is much more gradual.
The degenerated tissue separates slowly and gradually, and in untreated cases may be visible for weeks in the floor of the ulcer.
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A patient seeking advice should go to his doctor at once, and absolutely untreated.
Such patients often have all the serious late complications which befall untreated patients.

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