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5make it valvular at this point. The irritation produced by its passage causes
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7cells of the anterior comua are with but few exceptions surrounded
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9Yugoslavia." Report of the Inter-Allied Conference on
10and it is extremely probable that the abdominal route
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12pericarditis, with splenic enlargement (slight) ; chronic cardiac
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14beginning, and that one knee jeik has disappeared before the
15Physician to the Department for Nervous Diseases, Middlesex Hospital;
16giving a prognosis in any particular case. Generally speaking,
17toms include violent palpitation, oppression on the chest, and
18cases ofcirrhosisof the liver, splenomegaly is found, and proves,
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22*' and ftrength, as baffles the diligence of the phy-
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24milk at 11 A.M., 4 P.M., and 9 p.m. After these meals the patient lies flat
25the glands in its mucous membrane partake in the hypertrophy.
26Oriental languages. But in his preface he tells us,
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28occurring after moderate exertion, of a pseudo-anginal type, had occa-
29Purdysbum Fever Hospital, for permission to publish notes
30day. In several cases, there was a high morning and a low
31delivered before the Harveian Society in 1884, and to the Luraleian
32Wounds of the nipple are diagnosticated by pain which the patient has
33b}' increase of arterial pressure due to (i) (3) above ; and (3)
34method is ample enough to render its comparative neglect by
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36massage, with perhaps some exercises against resistance, and
37A valuable collection of radiograms, showing the normal condition
38On the Importance of Plastic Surgery in Benal Distention (>. e., Ne-
39Osier records a case of this rare type, the only one that
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41This operation he would especially recommend in cases where the thoracic
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43chronic tuberculosis. This phenomenon Virchow has explained as due
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45accompanied by haemorrhage, low arterial b!ood-pressure is
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