1Vichy, Neuenahr, and Carlsbad, and add: "Their application, how-
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3salvarsan in most instances, while many may be cured by the
4otherwise of injuries to nerves and muscles ; bring about tne
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6Aneson as a Substitute for Cocaine.— Dr. Masbaohen presents his rea-
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8sion in the Global War on Terror. The step away from the NREMT-P was fully staffed with all SOF components and
9cases of meningitis, but does not regard it as pathognomonic, as he has
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12(Fig :;), and demonstrates, not only a lessening in the cardiac rate, 88 beats
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17fusiform, and all of these 26 aneurisms occurred in males. These
18that, except for the subsequent progressive character of the
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20herpes on the fourth da}', and the character of the rash, ii
21pelvis and overlain by free coils of intestine. Operation through
22half of each nasal chamber. This is more efficient and less
23head, neck, and trunk, which, together with a flexion of the arms at
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25the recovery of the meningococcus from the spinal and
26and presented similar symptoms, which disappeared in six weeks. One of
27she ordinarily passed when feeling well. The urine was never stained
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29He lost a little weight upon this treatment, during which also massage
30kidney or spleen. All were regarded as spasmodic, seated " probably
31at tlie bases posteriorly, where signs of stasis wore very evident. The apex
32It is prepared as follows. The muscular part of bullocks'
33health, except for hemorrhagic effusions, which, driven successively
34Diffuse Scleroderma Following Scarlatina. — Tchernoff ( Wraich, 1899,
35Series of observations, continued in each case for over an
36proposed to expose the insertion of the occipito-frontalis at the margin
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38atrophied. This mass, on microscopical examination, was found to consist
39It is in such cases that a mechanical lubricant such as
40(Written by a Brit who married a Somali woman while serving as a
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42first mishap, is due mainly to the persistent weakness of the
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44or so ; when he explains that, for the last 20 years, he has