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5was 2 years old, at which time he was living at Cork, in Ireland. There
6ciated with plantar flexion of the toes. Babanski claimed that in dis-
7miliary tuberculosis and lobar pneumonia, but never in pleurisy with
8be tested before administering hexamine, and that it should, if
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11Hospital, from 1906 to 1908, I had the opportunity of
12near it. It is well to remember that these serious nerve injuries may tjike
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15b. Non-medical personnel tasked with control of detainees.
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19the course of two or three days.-' After the subsidence of
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21inscription in blue fountain pen ink: "To Major Colin
22Poisoning by Meats —Dr. Y. Boyer {Lyon Medical, May 14, 1899)
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25ever, in a person possessing an imperative conception in reference to the
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27examination, from the result of the transillumination test, or
28sustaining such an apparently slight injury that she was able to walk home.
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33in their use of the so-called cardiac tonics. Very often they are given
34eases, however, isolated glands, or small groups of glands, especially in
35ing, AuSlor nulla hujus Libelli agnofcit c^empla^ niji qu^r
36displaced to the margin of the cell bodies, others producing varicosities
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38subicteric. Epistaxis, such as may occur in anaemia from any cause, is
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40spleen in passive congestion is moderate in comparison to the enormous
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