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3bloodvessels. Pain more slowly subsides, seldom returning after the anaes-
4The repair of complete transverse wounds of the ureter has been
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7The convulsions recurred several times a day, always accompanied
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9has less effect. They suggest that these relapses may be due
10There appears no evidence that the concretion caused obetruction
11careful microscopical examination, which demonstrated the correctness of
12the rush of the onward tides of western thought, and this
13Assistant Surgeon, Glasgow Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital.
14ing the passage of high velocity missiles. Surgery 1947;
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16hydrocephalus, in tumors, and in hemorrhage. His notion is, further,
17sider as settled beyond all cavil, wherein he differs from many who arc
18draws the following * ; Si circum articulos diutius ha-
19tory. Girl, a^ed two and one-half years. Considerable enlargement of
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2111J09. recognized its merits, to which again Pakowski draws attention after
22operations on the pelvic and abdominal viscera are comparatively fre-
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24chloroform narcosis the posterior vault of the vagina was widely opened,
25between the angle of the jaw and the clavicle. To avoid puncturing eithor
26In a series of over 400 cases, Jayle attempted to determine
27purin group. Thus we are now in a position to undertake comparative
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31beri, etc The descriptions of analytical methods are always clear, and
32lancet, he did not think it worth while to limit the
33is now well established. Although the same good effect
34been twice in an insane asylum, and at the time of writing had psychic symp-
35as far as {wssible, with guidance of the tension ; it was cut free and the
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37once proclaim the modernism of its researches. Of the merits of electro-
38usually six or seven microgameti, six being the more common number.
39of from 40 to 50 c.c. of a 2 per cent, solution of carbolic acid, so that
40convulsions develop, an attempt should be made forthwith to
41greater number there were shot- to pea-sized firm elevations resembling
42Still, I suppose, there are few of us who have not known
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46interested in the physical properties of these very remarkable
47an electric current through the spinal cord by placing one electrode on
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