1local. As the infection spreads, so does the pain. Sudden, sharp pain
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33. The Blood. — The progressive anaemia present in all acute
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8to the coronary artery and including its origin from the aorta. Imme-
9the anterior scalenus muscle ; their sheath is opened and the vein dissected
10entero-spasm, a spasm of some sphincter, or some form of
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12dilated and presented thickened walls. The nerves of the cauda equina
13three or four weeks was given a hard-rubber plug one inch and a quarter
14murmur could be heard over the aortic area, and a strong blowing systolic
15nothing really shows the poverty of the patient's language
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17It is doubtful, too, if many surgeons will agree with the statement that in
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20Base ; the distance Xi Xn upon the plate is called the base
21Urotropin as a Urinary Disinfectant. — M. W.Richardson {Journal oj
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24manifestation ; the histor}-, general aspect, and the Wasser-
25manent damage and with no risk of recurrence. On the
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27portion of this incision and from the outer end of the inner portion
28consisted of atrophy of nerve bundles, with proliferation of nuclei and
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30history given by parents that an operation has been done for
31ysis agitans lead one fairly to infer that the incidence of the attack falls
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35cus is a small depression or notch ; above, the inner border disappears
36of the milk, or licensing, would still further increase the price
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38opaque foreign bodies or other abnormalities. Conclusion: EOD radiographic devices can give
39Thanks to the ingenuity of the modern pharmacist, the
40veins ; but will harden, coagulate, and at laft en»
41Ross is of the opinion, from the evidence at hand, that there are good
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43the anus is frequently affected. As the disease advances the small labia