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2]iectoral and scapular muscles, as well as in the deltoids and
3examined ttie spine. As a matter of fact, the swelling was
4orbital cavity. Several successive abortive attempts at intranasal removal
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6one has to bear in mind that, in most cases, the disease
7are refjuired daily. If the temperature remains high or rises after four or
8admitted that even in cases where jolting does cause pain we should not
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10the patients and the attendants run no risk. The similarity of typhus
11systemic invasion of the bacillus pyocyaneus is limited to very early life.
12instances, the ears recover without further treatment. Others
13the diet and life of the patient and by the careful correction of all
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16I PROPOSE to consider those forms of middle-ear obstruction,
17As a last stage of the operation, it will be advisable to perform gastro-
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19auricular fibrillation. This title is, moreover, suitably ex-
20so that the epithelium of the acinus is separated from the epithelioid
21of a fibrous cord. In the spleen, which Mr. Connell showed
22it will be advisable to take the sinuses separately.
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24will be found that beneath the detached flaps small gray-white points will be
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26both leukiemia and pseudoleukjeraia are due to some form of infection.
27'' 2. In children the restoration of form should be perfect, and function
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30for all personnel in the theater, but some cache of the
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34lated on the basis of 5,000,000 red corpuscles and 100 per cent, haemo-
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37have good grounds for believing that the inlection is spread
38upper ends to the upper lip of the wound in the brow ; then detach
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40days later the gravid left tube was removed by abdominal section. A micro-
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42fanguineous^ pituttous^ atrabilious^ and bilious^ he adds
43-hown by the decrease of the wheezing from this time until December
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45compelled to include a large quantity of seeds (pease and beans and
46drawn ; the attempt at withdrawal met with resistance, as if the catheter
47old age ; father died of unknown cause ; uo tuberculosis in the family,
48^^ be fo fluid, nor fo eafily abforbed by the veins \