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2Thus, with an undistorted service bullet the surgeon
3The incubation period for primary syphilis averages approximately 21 days with a range of 10 to 90
4tuberculosis in India ? Civilization has brought about cer-
5examination showed that the cells of the ovum had penetrated the muscular
6course to its descent, to emerge through the skin of the brow i cm. dis-
7It may not be amiss, therefore, to note if the author has been able to
8power by means of the characteristic effect of strychnine we had two
9area a functional murmur could be heard, but there was no organic murmur ;
10after severe trauma ? The vertebral column was not fractured ; it con-
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13Case IV. (Friedreich). — Male, aged fifty years ; has phthisis. Present
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15cure in cases manifestly purulent. Occasionally one lavage
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18Summarizing his previous observations, Allen points out
19subcutaneous infusion of physiological saline, or 3 to 5 per cent, of sodium
20but to-day its occurrence is nearly twice as frequent as it was
21the fatal act is present. The notion may have been meditated
22beat, and a slowing with increased force of the pulse. The contrast between
23A Manual of Diseases of the Nervous System. By Sir W, R. Gower-o,
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25tendons was first made by Dransart or Pagenstecher. Dransart,** in
26Parolein, Saxol, Internol, Chrismol, and Chrismaline.
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29protruded. The examiner should percuss gently over the manubrium,
30in many of the observations, and Eskridge calls attention to this as
31aud 18th ; malaria, August 29th ; still sick, October Slst.
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35ued since this conference and I am confident that they will lead to better delivery of healthcare throughout
36dition, and felt certain that the patient had an illness of a grave
37vaccine therapy in these selected cases of vascular derange-
38certainly worth while considering the subject from the point
39means to bring out the possibility and often the advisability of an
40tutes the so-called ' phantom tumor' sometimes seen in hysteria. Con-
41in the causation of maxillary antral disease. Even in this,
42ured on both sides from the median line. The author's conclusions are as
43general practitioner?, most if not all of whom must have been
44apt to occur later in the disease and to be associated with graver symp-