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2bread diet ; upon the heavily proteid diet it was 90.1 per cent. ; upon
3Changes in the Ovaries Attending Starvation and Forced Feeding.—
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5were removed with the curette for examination both before and after treat-
6IS often what the patients originally come complaining about,
7from some complex bodies, and which experiment has shown
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10that there are certain chronic inflammatory conditions of the skin which
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12claviger is the conveyer of tertian infection. It has been further
13thing faid of the rheumatifm. But in the third edi-
14we could hope to reach a satisfactory solution. Fortunately we promptly
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16sary to make a counter opening above the pubes and irrigate Douglas's
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18and the symptoms appeared like those of cerebro-spinal fever,
19dimensional space, whereas the surgeon has to work in space
20column gives the number of recorded typhoid cases in each regiment ;
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23fungi and yeasts, but the exact classification could not be determined from
24George Schmorl, Prosector of the Staatkrankenhaus in Dresden, and
25is formed that the closure of the cleft will not correct the speech defect,
26cannot be obtained from strips of muscular fibres severed on all sides
27interesting from the point of etiology. The patient, aged fifty-two years,
28red cells and thrombi are numerous, is inclined to think the necrosis
29of a specific hypersensitiveness, or anaphylaxis, is evidenced
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32In order to give the reader a practical acquaintance with methods