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2opment of splenic hypertrophy, the disease could scarcely be suspected
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4Ita clinical fornis should be more fully described. The continued use
5Contributions from abroad written in a foreign language, if on examination they
6collapsed, for the mucus in them has become viscid, causing
7that the type of the new tissue diffei"S much from lymphoid structures
8the nerve-cells have been found normal (Soukhanoff,* Dej^rine* and
9upon the fact that M. Blocq and Marinesco, in 1893, had a case of a
10begun. Sometimes the myocardial degeneration connected with the
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16lead to a suspicion of syphilis. The present writer can endorse
17constant relation existed between the appearance of cocci in the urine and
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19the priest or the socialist. Indeed, in the vast majority of cases it
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21catgut sutures. The last is an ingenious operation, and its technique
22right cut off. These grave injuries were not discovered until twenty-
23Ferichondritis of the Larynx in a Case of Scarlatina. — Kraus {Prager
24To return to my first contention, I believe that our
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26the abdomen went down nearly to its natural size. The patient's gen-
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36dural cord compression ; but it should be said that my colleague, Dr. G,
37themselves. But, owing to the fact that the parts to be
38Fiitterer. ( Virchnw's Archiv, 1886, cvi. 555.) History. Boy, aged fourteen
39moreover, will be found to assume a well-marked uniformity
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