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2The urine was acid, and contained no sugar, no albumin, or casts. The
3Quantitative regain titers decline after treatment, usually becoming negative by one year in primary and by two
4pointing to a marked infection. The temperature then rose very high,
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7and infection of this water seems well-nigh impossible. Moreover, in
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10vessel or a neighboring one to be thus opened up, as Schell' recently
11*^ it be evident from the fymptoms we have mention-
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13paralysis which occur in such a condition, when they are so
14> Eduard Ball : Berliner klinisobe Wochenschrift, 1885, No. 47, p. 772. Ueber die Kernigaohe
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18fifty-three years. Appears to have been an acute abdominal dilatation
19subsided. The author attributes the condition to acute alcoholism produced
20Weed's own researches were carried out by an ingenious
21there is itching and there is desquamation, which are also not observed
22when frozen for the purpose of making topo,c;raphical sections.
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26Klin. Monatsbl. f. Augenhielkunde, 1913. 26. Schur Max: Klin. Monatsbl. f.
27of whom were treated with antitoxin, others not. He concludes that where
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30on metabolism, food and diet, give a capital summary on these subjects.
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33the cribiform plate and olfactory tract. They found that
34The patient was very excitable. The thyroid was slightly enlarged. The
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36comparatively large amount of necrosed bone was gouged away. After
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39the levator as the result of traumatism, disease, or hysteria is not verj'
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42vogliamo dire^ doglie artkolari^ fiorire Julia cute un mi-
43venous congestion, and, in cases of a persistent character,
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