1behind role as the Soviet Army rolled over Berlin, and
2return if the entire bone, with its periosteum, is removed. It removes every-
3either by a perivascular growth or an invasion into the vessel wall, or an
4supply alone. 5. The alleged increase of tuberculous meningitis of late
5(Med. Ami. 1904; Lancet, August 23, 1902) Splenectomy
6has done much to build up the reputation of the bone-setter
7injured. The left knee-jerk was normal. This indicated that the left
8cedents, and can never be called the specific causes of the effect.
9Intraperitoneal implantation into the bladder has been reported nine
10pruritus, which is only present at the beginning, but may be present all
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12description of the fasciae and another to that of the so-called ductless
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14After 15 minutes, this is tested again, and the process must be repeated,
15radiograms of various types of growth and ulcer. Cole relies
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17ounces of the ointment were employed. The patient made a good recovery
18alus, with rapid aggravation of symptoms, in a boy, eight months old. Thirty
19Surgeon at USSOCOM. COL Farr began his career as a Special Forces 18D medic in 1967. He is one of the
20Urea, 18.490 g. Alkaline phosphates, 0.494, g. P./\.
21all of these were typhoid fever, and the following are our reasons for
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23regard to the statement that the neurofibrils are the only conducting
24Moreover, if the operation is only employed, when other
25Injected % c.c. dilute strophanthus. 3.6—3.20. Clot
26weekend Army conference were truly spellbinding. Thanks to all in my office, MSG Matcham in particular, the
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28was able to palpate the spleen on deep inspiration in thirteen cases.
29bad condition and failing pulse occasionally forbid removal of the
30This hypothesis satisfactorily explains the anaemia, but
31•rder to lessen skin resistance as a factor, examination Avas also made
32stereoscopic symphany ') there can be visualized to the