1by artificial means, when the organism appears unequal to
2longer period than would otherwise have obtained, if the
3he also requires more — he needs some one to teach him what to look for
5Three Osesarean Sections upon the Same Patient.— In the Cenfmlblaff
7There is flexion at the knees and hips. The patient looks emaciated and
8easy (iS respirations per minute), and the lips and mucous membranes were
9or plethoric type. The general plan of the studies has been as follows :
11and the vessels have not gone on to great structural change,
13were not preceded by any intestinal disorder. Therefore, 543 persons
14years ago in his Toner lectures, I should be most unwilling to see danger
16rics, January 15, 1899, p. 68) has carefully observed two cases of pertussis
17a tumour that may at any time cause complications and
19A Swift, Elusive Sword: What if Sun Tzu and John Boyd Did
20Although certain statements lead one to think that the
21the pulmonary artery, and 2 into the left lung. Among the females
22empirical one, but the result seemed to justify it. The operation was
24knowledge, and to see how much or how liltle theoretical
27cion he proceeded to prove by experiment. He obtained mosquitoes
29modified with advantage. At least, I have attempted to make
30quadriceps extensor. A few weeks' electrical treatment has
32beat method of procedure in the suprapubic operation, the after-treatment,
33medical guerrilla warfare literature. He identifies areas requiring further research and draws con-