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3the celebrated § Simp/on^ upon repeated experiments,
4showed it to have occluded the ureter and to lie in its orifice. The stone was
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6was combined is set free. The character of the local action of the
7away by morning. The case went on uninterruptedly to recovery.
8forcible and the animal is able to move about freely. This marked respi-
9as satisfactory enough to furnish conclusive evidence in favour
10very soon after operation, and tubercular meningitis at the base of the brain
11the convalescent home, lie was seen by his medical attendant, who now
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14entitled to ask us from his own work to accept some of the conclusions which
15mammary line about three inches downward. As the tumor increased
16the body are no uncommon features ; or, again, we have the overcon-
17hand, not to forget that transient aphasia from cerebral
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19series of 1000 cases with 75 per cent, of recoveries — we ought only to
20silver, aluminum, or rubber. That the mobility of a well-fitted artificial eye
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22The severe headaches were most probably due to slight
23not only the chief cause of chronic middle-ear catarrh, but at
24yet, tuberculosis is prevalent. So in other countries like
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26apprehension and raise the question of intervention. With tumor and
27simple things? A nerve lesion must inevitabl}' produce a
28before operating. By the systematic use of subcutaneous injections of saline
29factory worker ; another a collier's wife, while the third was a
30idiosyncrasy toward phenol. Of the salicylates the ammonium salt is pre-
31signs of raised pressure, and it gives one the hint, in spite of
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33suspicious from the physical signs, he gets at times a