1absent, the relation of the metrorrhagia to the ovaries may l)e entirely over-
2sense of constriction, or coughed, when the needle was withdrawn. The
3Lartigau. Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1898, vol. iii. pp. 595-609.
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5per cent, in the case of calcium has been recorded, and the loss of this tonic
6the cortex was somewhat softened, but the remainder of the brain, as
7iu the connective-tissue spaces and sinuses. They were of a yellowish-
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9lives on the battlefield to date and will undoubtedly save many more lives in battles to come. It is an honor to
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13ophthilmic point of view alone, employers and insurance
14tracts. These afferent or receptive paths and efferent or
15deaths, which represents a further reduction of the mortalit)-
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172 Sev^en other patients died afler leaving the hospital ; in three of these the cause of death
18enteral antibiotics along with tetanus immune globu-
19turn his head from side to side, but could not raise it from the pillow.
20Care and Assistant Residency Director, Department of
21of the bloodvessels were supposed to be immune to tuberculous infec-
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23In the absence uf knowledge as to the nature of the
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26plegia, and that this degeneration was sufficient to cause impairment of
27locally has been in default. Of late years, I have noticed
28training is to provide required training for 18Ds to
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30sinusitis, or the whole in sphenoidal sinusitis. This, too, may
31Case second was that of a multipara who came to the hospital complaining