1' Pnceed. Roy. S'K. Med., 191 1, Vol. IV., Pt. III., Pharra. Sect., pp. 86-89.
2able model compared those who did not graduate with
3whole environment is dull and dispiriting. The total absence
4From this point of view the task before us is not a difficult one.
5fort is, however, a sensation of tension in the feet, causing a sense of
6Stools only every four or five days with enemata. Twice no stool for eight
7borhood. Forbes, on the other hand, thinks that adult cystic kidneys
8Knowledge, 1812, iii. 158.) Man, aged fifty-eight years. Acute symptoms;
9second, and third classes of operation — the excision of skin, excision of
10case, the subject is very important, since the operations for
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12though never wholly leaving. There was no rash of the kind on the
13ancient proce^, and probably the earliest of the three, because of its
14for a certain word. These are the correct spellings of some commonly misspelled medical terms. The "trou-
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17was opened. Considerable clotted and fluid blood was found in the ab-
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19ing to the genus anopheles have been found to contain malarial para-
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21pictures pr^ented by splenic pseudoleukaemia and splenic leukaemia is
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25in suppression from shock or after total excision, and an inflammatory
26body only 7. As in most of the former the disease began in the nose, the
27It is not every edition of tfie celebrated Boerhaave's
28from this disease averaged 15.5 per ten thousand of population, but it fell in
29commonl)' appears as a sequela, or that it lends its own
30the skin or pectoral fascia, and the nipple was not retracted.
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33conclusive nature of the proof of a higher reflex arc — that is, of fibres
34cative of a severe nor a light attack in many cases, although if it be