1two fractures in the same patella is taken into consideration ; but one
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3She was sitting in a chair in a state of acute dyspncea, and her face was
4particularly near their trunks and about the inter-ventricular septum,
5than appendiceal. Pain may also be reflected from the
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7hereditary disease is known on either side of his family. His mother's
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9The encroachment on the lymphoid elements of the spleen
10Pituitary extract causes contraction of involuntary muscle,
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12There are a few misprints which could be corrected, should another
13indirect supervision by general medical officers on
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19forms masses, and for that reason is dusted upon surfaces with difficulty ;
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21have been able to report on 114 cases. For the sake of comparison we
22corresponding loss of corpuscles or recognized hemorrhage. This dimi-
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24worse by the effort attending an evacuation, which, as has been sug-
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27Americans gave everything possible, including their
28verse portion of the arch of the aorta we find once again that the most
29changes in its constitution which has ultimately developed
30discharge escapes freely from the cell or is pent up in it.
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32aortic murmur. A week before the eye became blind the man had under-
33avail is the total removal of all scar tii^sue and an approximation of
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35and an aunt addicted to morphine ; on the maternal, two uncles dipso-
36English. When they were in a position to write (usu-
37pain in the back, stiffness, rigidity, limitation of movement being chiefly com-
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40The cylinders have parallel glistening sides, open ends, and their length is
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42capillaries increased in number. The connective tissue is increased in
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