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2cartilage, and he reported good results from the following :
379. Bhatnagar MK, Smith GS. Trauma in the Afghan guerrilla
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6layer, with numerous thickened neurugliar septa. (Reichert % Inch, ocular II.)
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8tone as clear as that heard over a cavity at the apex. The following
9to the breaking down of caseous foci resulting from the specific action
10glands. As students ordinarily seem to have some difficulty with the
11gained from this. No tests for suppression of the pancreatic secretion
12cavities. As 1 to 5000 or 10,000 it may be employed as a gargle or for moist
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14We have not attempted to make a study of the relative frequency of
15on the last. The fluid occurs in association with atrophic
16INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL SURGERY, UNIVERSITY ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR IN CLINICAL 8UR-
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18schri/t, 1899, No. 16), in a thoughtful paper on this subject, describes the
1972. At the apex, one heard an occasional systolic murmur, seemingly only
20Gold in the Treatment of Anaemia and Malnutrition —Dr. J. P. Sheri-
21cannot be ignored, and we agree with the hypothesis of Veit, that the
22acceleration and an apparent inability to communicate its
23adherent to the viscera and omentum, the left ureter was tied and the
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25sponges, the gastric- colic omentum must be torn through, which will
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27Tn regard to the pressure-symptoms produced by aneurisms of the
28in Epilepsy." The paper is based upon the experience gained from the
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30nerve-filaments are rendered first hypenesthetic and then succumb.
31enforced by sending the 1 8Ds to only particular hos-
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33views are generally to be preferred to a stereoscopic pair ;
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