1Portions of the Temporal Bone. — E. Lombard (Ann. iles mal. de V Oreille,
2Table showing mortality and condition of 114 patients of gastric
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4organs were removed. Since there was neither excess of fat in the stools nor
5years, I have not kept closely to statistical methods, but have
6ists, and it is to them, indeed, that its size and price will probably limit
7treated in the regimental hcspital. These are not selected regiments,
8medulla, and, to a less extent, for the peripheral nerves. This toxin
9injuries received in the fighting line. The particular hospital
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12The author considers the complications of antitoxin treatment very painful
13Resection of Diseased Ovaries. — Gersung {Ibid.) advises that in cases of
14and position a diagnosis of dermoid cyst was made, and careful examination
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16a master of style and an adept in brevity and compression to encompass
17found quite dilated ; the proximal end was made free, and the part
18full insertion of a gag revealed a swollen and inflamed pharynx, an incision
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21The tube is run with the anticathode white-hot if required,
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24ence, this preparation will certainly supersede all other forms of vaccine
25attacks occurred, following trifling annoyances. The temperature grew
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274. In uretero-vaginal fistula repair through the vagina should be first
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30Printed for Robert Horsfiei-d. at No, 22, In Ludgate^Strectj
31reaction. Two patients with intestinal tuberculosis, and five with uro-genital
32intermitting release of nerve force from the motor cortical cells, the
33CoHN, with preface by Prof. Dr. E Mende(.. Berlin, 1899.
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35of another disease (infection), such as measles, diphtheria, etc., the presence
36Concerning Ross' germinal threads, Daniels says that " They are
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38I have already implied that the sin of obsession is no less
39(three to four stools daily), which continued for nearly six months.
40of the child's blood. The case was referred to an ophthalmologist, and the
41reputation as disinfectants, and that the preparations are not intentional
42ruary 10th the upper portion of the cicatrix was incised and the arches
43this convenient diagnosis have masqueraded sarcoma, osteo-
44from 500 to 550 g. for the day. No other animal proteid was eaten,
45opportunities to study the tracheal sound over the apices in bilateral
46viewed as accidental or intercurrent affections, wear an entirely new