1plaints, faving that the pains fcarcely affe^ed hi$
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3caseous degeneration was to be found. Investigation following upon
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6Infirmary, Manchester, where the diagnosis of Banti's disease was con-
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8an aid in diagnosis, and in the opportunity it gives to observe the im-
9pulse-rate observed. In every case, a rather severe local
10A Peculiar Case of Bnptnre of an Aortic Leaflet. — Ostwalt saw an old
11fort is, however, a sensation of tension in the feet, causing a sense of
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13> Calculated for the last dny (torn the average.
14method is subject to serious error, and the results are at present merely inter-
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16twenty-third and sixty-fourth days. In these it was thought that a process
17this was not a very common associated movement, a number of healthy
18Western, G. T. : Treatment of some septicaemias by vaccines - - 724
19' Oesterreichisch-ungarische Vierteljahrschrijt fiir Zahnheilkunde.
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21with the following rather minute differences : the sutures were made
22fected with it from their birth, and had contrafted
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25nostic value. They are probably due to areas of fat necrosis. The
26most careful and detailed manner, and the results herewith call but for
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30blood examination. She had menstruated regularly and without pain.
31As for lavage for diagnostic purposes, the author prefers
32but in the middle there was often fibrillary twitching. Electric testa revealed
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34*' diftenfion, and as their aftion on the extravafated
35injection of a couple of pints of normal saline solution. No very ener-
36though the absence of this muscle would be no more surprising than the
37cells seemed to be participating. These areas presented a curious honeycomb-
38" felt as hard as a stone." It was at first spherical, barely noticeable
39amount of water excreted was greatly increased, but there was no albu-
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