in contact with any rubber stopper or connection. To this
in Epilepsy." The paper is based upon the experience gained from the
Paul, Minn. (St. Paul Medical Journal, January and February, 1899), on the
ulcer at an average period of five years after entrance to the hospital :
were in progress, similar precautions to those mentioned
it, but with no other abnormality so far as we know ; whereas,
Dr. Park is to be congratulated upon the judicious manner in which he
mice was abundantly proven ; but, in order to be positive in regard to
the internal mammary artery, which come through close to
1 specific local infection, he proceeds to treat the infection locally by means
uon.—OazzeUa degli OtpedaU « ddU Cliniche, 1899, No. 67, p. 714. '
thread had worked its way into that. But the loss of substance in the
tenfity of the diforder, told him, that, in his fleeplefs
have been made on the first, second, or third (or later) days. Very early
replace the defect of the other lip. When the closure of the defect has been
In addition to the hundred cases enumerated, I had nine
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table had the first tetanic fit just one hour after the administration of
inflammatory process began in the appendix or in the tube. Since unilat-
tion and retention of wind are the cause of the dilatation." His illustra-
the irregularity of their incidence, a very fair uniformity in the size of the
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anthelmintics. The second division of drugs is organic substances char-
pleurisy develop ; ultimate resolution depends upon general amelioration of
at the cardiac base, where one clearly heard the aortic second sound coming
eighth, and ninth, whose lengths were greater by 1 cm., showed formation
aspects make him impossible to be misunderstood. If we are to judge
any operative procedure must be founded on this knowledge. He says,
absorbent power of strychnine was retarded in the stomach when the
through structural changes, and yet the cardiac dilatation may not be
although the hypophyseal gland is involved, the suppuration
fiable, or whether the flagellum was destined to perform some other
miscarriage, she had never regained her strength, was troubled with a
sorts of reflex phenomena, e.g., otalgia from carious teeth, when
warfare, as we know it. Many of the breakthroughs in
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