1by far the usual weight recorded in this affection. Its surface is smooth,
2infection, and the patient (a youth aged 17) had never been
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6The vasa brevia are dilated. The probable explanation of
7inwardly as they read and write ; others do not use their
8chairs are found arranged in groups, but nothing in the way
9her in this peculiar condition but once, about one year ago, although
10trical methods can do in days what massage takes weeks to
11wards ordered a clyfter to be injefted, made of milk
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15attempted to get the total number of deaths from the records in the
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17[In this connection attention may be called to a comprehensive study of
18be works of scientific interest, yet such a brochure, by W. E.
19less affected than the body and the head. In many areas the pancre-
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21had epidemics, and at the end of this period there was a
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23operation, was able at the end of a year to walk three miles.
24heart disease was made, a serious prognosis confidently stated, and yet
25ally diarrhiva; some vomiting. Laparotomy showed " entire gut enlarged,"
26ing from ulcerative urethritis and cystitis, with pyelonephritis and renal
27tachycardia associated with auricular fibrillation resolves itself
28sidered standard of care for most primary care physicians, but in the proper setting, it may be appropriate as
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30days. 1 Dissemination of T. pallidum to all organs occurs as the chancre of the primary infection heals. The
31was soon raised to his conclusions that the results in the ears, on which they
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34vals, in minutes, were added together, and the sum-total was divided by
35We are nuich pleased to note that the author makes a group of
36results of the production of atheroma — mostly of the aorta — in
37to all appearances normal, although it had previously been affected in a