1{DeuUcJie med. Wochetischrift, 1899, No. 1<>) contributes a valuable paper upon
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3The actual condition, therefore, may, for all practical
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5place into the (esophagus in these cases is of interest, and the rupture
6mucosa, in order to preserve the function of menstruation.
7mind ; speech is not affected, and he has no pain except the discomfort
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9not suspected. The paralysis does not always become evident at the time of
10artery was shown to be completely obliterated, so that no trace of its
11whereas the various steps in the development of the crescents can be
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14carcinoma, having its beginning in " arsenic warts" on the fingers, is
15me many opportunities of comparing the results of a course
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17hard, and put away wet more times than not, but, their indomitable spirit and compassion for the common Soldier's
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19ever, the heart could still be stimulated by adrenal extract, for the heart-
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22given in doses of i to 2 drachms four times a day. This prevents constipa-
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26much constipated. In some cases this has been complete and obsti-
27the levator as the result of traumatism, disease, or hysteria is not verj'
28matous lupus who had been treated with alcohol, and in both there had been
29enlarged. Knees and ankles normal. Feet cold. Knee jerks normal.
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32encouraged as soon as possible, but at first there should be no
33for instance, rickets and convulsions. In these, as in the other parts of the
34lj\ mg. of strychnine to 1 kg. of dog brought out a tetanus after fifteen
35the BB type of injury for shrapnel/blunt trauma and it could be one of our own.
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38in his two cases placed a catheter, with a string tied about its middle, in
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40Bunting,^ in an article on " The Saliva and Dental Caries,"
41low, and the temperature variable. One case at Furdysburn
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44factor, a specific hasmolysin (colilysis) manufactured by the
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