1fixes on this or that joint, yet upon the fever's a-
2facing- pp. 48 and 49, 7 figures; Plates XXV. and XXVI., facing pp. 50 and
3distinguished one from the other. Between these two sounds,
4eral concepts can be used by other units to set up their
5The same is true of some spastic conditions. But where Kernig's con-
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7stupor, a bloody discharge from the anterior and posterior nares was observed
8table of the skull had apparently torn the sclera. Under antiseptic precau-
9haret^ £5? in partes ambientes redundat^ earum tandem
109 per cent. ; i to 5 years, 38 per cent. (Taves). In the
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12brief clinical history of one of my patients seen in the clinic for nervous
13taken from women immediately before, during or immediately after labor.
14From photographs taken by Dr. W. M. Gray, Army Medical Museum.
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16always appreciable to our physical methods of exploration. The heart
17of a yellow colour, the solution remaining clear. They hold
18lung. The explanation for the sound being demonstrable during inspi-
19I specially requested that those who listened to me would read
20sometimes has actually to recommend a pension, well knowing
21is usual in the latter disease. The resulting deformity has a wide range of
22fungi agreeing in morphological appearances with those above described were
23either case. The anterior roots showed a greater amount of connective
24almost invariably be discovered, but not often of the most
25immunity. Let us note first, that it is most widespread and
26The spinal cord was removed in the usual manner. The membranes
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28FBOFESSOB OF THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE AND DISEASES OF CHILDREN, MEDICAL COLLEGE OF
29a tetanus forty-two minutes after the introduction of the poison. The
30I fliall fpeak more fully in the following paragraph.
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32gresses until they all die, one after the other, and the patient himself