1ally large abdomen within a few weeks from birth, nevertheless the
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4have treated girls of 12 and 14 suffering from quite confirmed
5specific enough to warrant us in drawing deductions of this nature.
6and Horsley case, and in ours, although initiated by voluntary effort,
7who had a cystic tumor filling the pelvis and dipping deeply down upon thi
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10more is taken in the food than is suflicient for the organism, and the
11present in the stools fifty-five times. But that such data are unreliable
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14tion is very excellent, much better than ordinarily found in the best
15the heart, which may become overdistended and unable to
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17of the mucous membranes gradually develops. Hiemic heart-murmurs
18from three to eight times in twenty-four hours, I have seen it occasion-
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21students, the universities of the continent have paid it an honor which
22Granger, J. Parlane : Thyroid insufficiency in general practice (illus.
23acute abdominal lesions present symptoms that may suggest appendi-
24these memories from different sense systems are linked up
25In 1895, Tansley*^ presented what he called a combination of the
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28dryness of the air. This raises the count to between 6000 and 7000
29sion and because they were in the perfect city to train for
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31difficult and so firaught with errors, that experimenters obtain-
32defcribc the parts which the arthritis fometimes at^
33done with a Saugman's needle, when the stop-cock is opened
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35of gum, acacia, or tragacanth which are usually employed.
36dissolve the excess of mucus and to neutralize the superfluous
37agree that the author has succeeded in his attempt.
38passed into the stomach, but at times caused great pain. Four days after
39is nothing like so baneful as that caused by antral and frontal
40made. No evidence having been secured from the urinary and fecal