1text-books with regard to percussion in incipient pulmonary
2of bougies into the ureters cannot be too highly commended as a means
3orbicularis, traumatism and hysteria, as well as from faulty develop-
4charge was offensive. This finally ceased, and the patient was transferred!
5the patient is by no means safe from these " crises," which
6I am disposed to agree with the following propositions of
7especially pood and to the point, and the net result is to set forth an account
8Medical Officer under Dr. Robb in the Belfast City Fever
9" the disease is in the lung, but the danger lies in the heart." For specific
10which their eyes can now be protected as a result of Crookes's
11interior of the distended cerebral cavities is brought into direct
12a good one, except for a double phlegmasia dolens which protracted it.
13was partially evacuated at the 32nd hour, but much remained
14is now well established. Although the same good effect
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16Experiment 6. — A dog of 7 kg. was similarly injected with 20 mg.
17This term is often used to include displacement of semi-
18trostomy is to be preferred. If the oesophagus is opened above a stric-
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20and that by cancer, the mortality remains nearly twice as great. The
21I have had eight cases of recurrence treated by X-rays, and
22are likely to lead to the undue stretchin<( of muscles are
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25The following statement is added for the purpose of confirming the
26it will fail to do so, become over-distended, and give
27the oedematous change in the lining membrane is localized,
28functions more than on the sensory system, and, therefore, render them more
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30one of simple splenomegaly, the anaemia developing subse-
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33the hemorrhage of arterial character during labor. The cervix, I might
34Uppal A, Disler DG, Short WB, McCauley TR, Cooper JA.
35fed upon injected human beings. He fed mosquitoes on patients suffering
36herpes on the fourth da}', and the character of the rash, ii
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