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Diphtheria. — Diphtheria of a very toxic type may be mis-
settlement was effected and damages awarded the plaintiff.
added to Scudder's list. Two of the primary cases I shall report in
tinder this name he defcribed the malady he fuffer-
trary to the opinion of those who advocate total extirpation, in only nine
miliary tubercles, especially numerous along the course of the vessels. The
its headquarters in the spleen, which, therefore, undergoes
and attic were exposed according to the method of Stacke-Zanfal. As the
became unusually profuse ; they were seen on the abdomen, back, chest,
olism of nuclein-rich foods, the figures of the first two days represent
and its consistency is not apparently increased. Histology of the liver :
left and right border of the heart before and after a trial run of one-
as large as the average for the periods I., II., III., IV., five times the
The patient had very strong pains, the occiput rotated posteriorly upon the
tunately, be told in a very few words. The tumor in the groin speedily
presence of the giant-cells as evidence of the tuberculous nature of the
section," as I have described in the case of infected partial cystoneph-
plex of splenic anaemia and Banti's disease, as formulated by
The examinations of the blood, feces, and urine have been made in
upon once in a lifetime to minister to the needs of this class of people.
of the birth of this child she noticed a scarcity of milk and a general
consisted of nine 1 8Ds, three ER physicians, and one
so far as he is aware, after glycerin or nutrient enemata.
definitions of terms, methods of study, etc., and is valuable in that it
disturbance of the heart's rhythm, and the lowering of capil-
time to time, and especially at night ; these nocturnal attacks were often
On May 9th bladder symptoms, which had been gradually appearing, culmi-
attacks, the mental complications. In each chapter there is an orderly
times regular, then irregular, and again intermittent and moderately infre-
results in a series of cases operated on in the General Hospital,
"so-called" heart affection, it was not accurately determined what