Cleocin T PadsRelated article: coma of the skin. September 9, 1882.] TRANSACTIONS OF AMERICAN DERMATOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION. 303 THE NERVES OF THE SKIN. A valuable contribution to the histology of the skin and the sensory nerves was read by Dr. A. R. Robin- son, of New York, in a contribution based upon origi- Cleocin 900 Mg nal microscopical study of the structures named; it was accompanied by some beautiful sections for exhibition with the microscope. In this Cleocin Suspension paper the author discussed the course and mode of termination of the meduUated and non-medul- lated nerves present in the skin. The non-medullated, he...