1areas correspond neither to the distribution of peripheral nerves nor of
2difficult moments with me that they know I will understand. If I could, I would give each one of them a medal just
3and position a diagnosis of dermoid cyst was made, and careful examination
4too much too soon. I need scarcely add a warning of the dread-
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11Acute Dysentery. — Dr. J. T. Anderson recommends for an adult three
12direction of the descending colon. At that time he saw no reason to
13ment : Because otology has not yet grasped the full significance
145.19 P.M. Lies on side, apparently dead ; heart still beating.
15this subject. The statements of previous observers have been contradic-
16recognized a lymphatic and a splenic form of leukremia. In the year
17simpler verbs, then the simple adjectives : finally, let him copy
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40totally exfoliated. In early cases I have often found a total gangrene,
41Musser, and Starr have made contributions on that topic.
42We may add with interest that this is the only book we are taking
43cation of the electrodes. As far as we know this is a distinctly orig-
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