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4strongly that medical students should be required to study the works
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6lous growth, there is in many instances a marked tendency to prolifera-
7functions of the bladder and rectum were probably disturbed, but of this
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9symptoms, and when associated with paroxysms of pain in the region
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11inferior vena cava was compressed, and the pneumogastric and recurrent
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13act and train Royal Nepal Army medical personnel by
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15smooth ; no angles, asiierities, or scales. 6. If the apophysis is eburnated,
16Xearly all cases of dilated hearts with enfeebled, and
17in which the saw is to be passed. The director is then passed, armed with its
18the patient attributed to lumbago. Eleven hours later, she
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22for the following reasons:— i. Splenic enlargement always
23Torsion of the Pedicle of a Dermoid Cyst Occurring After Abortion.—
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26inferior angle of the scapula and up to the posterior axillary fold. The skin
27In the case of small tumors the vessels are not ligated, but the broad liga-
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29sented the appearance and consistence of that of a frozen corpse ; the folds
30which, like quinine or iodide of potassium, gives rise to cutaneous erup-
31When we come to the consideration of the direction in which saccu-
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33Sydenham has given the following defcription of this.
342. Another theory of cystic disease in the adult suggests that it is
35in the throat ; no especial symptoms referable to the kidney were ob-
36worm-gut, two provisional sutures being left at the point of drainage.
37ment seems too radical, at others, none too conservative. A series of
38ized each time the plug was removed, Graduallv the patient was
39pareaty liquet^ fanguinis evacuationem adbibendam non
40Systolic Pressure Diastolic Pressure Pulse Rate per
41beginning ; for the measly rash common in typhus fever and very
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43than normal was experienced by the infant. In every way the child
44or other cause, the bowels become sluggish the sequence is to be
45Study. VII., 144. 42. Lancet, January 17. Amer. Jnl. of Amer. Sci.,