1. Colloidal sulphur injections were used in sixty unselected cases of arthritis and rheumatoid conditions with improvement in seventy-five per cent. of the series.
2. It is apparently a thoroughly safe remedy and well adapted to routine ambulatory treatment.
3. The mode of action of sulphur parenterally given is not definitely known. The opinion is held that it aids the oxidation processes of cells.
4. Colloidal sulphur deserves a place among the antirheumatic remedies.
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