1his guerrilla warfare operational area. Current U.S.
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3colour, and proves that sufficient chlorinated lime has been used.
4medics would scrub in on at least one inpatient surgery.
5TYTvyi T> 'PnTirloa TVT T^ ^^^ Professor Materia Medica and Therapeu
6ment of spasm of the larynx. This necessitates tracheotomy or prolonged
7be more than doubled, and that in ordinary life more than half of our
8There wa.<? also a warty formation which was beginning to soften between
99. Peacock. Trans. Path. Soc. of London, 1847, vol. i. p. 227.
10'. 1899) reports several cases of unusual puerperal hemorrhage.
11altogether ; in the case of the poles we may also miss, except
12back of the head and neck, the neck being so rigid it could not be flexed.
13provided the muscles are kept continually relaxed by dorsi-
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15resulting from chronic constipation ; no history of early distention.
16In three cases of fibromyoma in which the uterine arteries alone were
17cient to turn unfavorably the scale. The usual termination of such
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20tumors revealed a new growth of muscular tissue which had replaced almost
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22so commonly met with in aneurisms we might be led to suppose from
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25limitation to the apex and the caseous changes that had already begun
26subjects. My observations were made on persons with normal
27and child during and after labor. His studies lead him to conclude that we
28degree of degeneration. They are not much pigmented, but the nuclei
29Thus the obstinate constipation and dysuria are caused. A fine tremor like
301898, No. 49) describes the changes in the endometrium following the injec-
31panied by a cessation of the inanition twitchings previously mentioned.
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33and importance oi prevention. It has been said recently by a
34We are, on the other hand, without adequate evidence that the exist-
35of clinical observations, and has found that by reducing the amount of
36the extremities cold. Death usually occurs in about five
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38tears. 2. Nicking out a piece from one side. 3. Partial, transverse
39to our mind so convincingly advocated by Edmund Owen. Owen main-
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41I started him on a course of 20 baths, and after 8 of these his pulse
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43feature, and is not pathognomonic. Its main features are as