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2here, as in lupus, the tuberculous process may act as the primary factor
3records, differentiate it satisfactorily from all other varieties of
4on technique. The ordinary Saugman needle is open to a
5lesions found pt)st-mortem are, however, in favour of the blood
6foot or an in-growing nail, may have been present for days
7make it valvular at this point. The irritation produced by its passage causes
8of i grain, and one series was made on the effect of i grain.
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11Under no circumstances should an ovary be spared when the opposite one
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13attacks show themselves upon very slight exertion or whenever the
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15PHTLS movement and have its own chapter in the PHTLS Manual. They agreed and took some of the emerg-
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17greatly diminished, and one cannot insist too strongly on the
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19tudinal section spindle-shaped nuclei appear ; and that when stained
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21palsy by the fact that it affects both legs, is never complete, and the reaction
22pineal glands, and digestion have practically been rewritten. The ductless
23the neck posteriorly, and had rapidly increased in size during the last two
24tracheal sound was demonstrable during forced inspiration only. The
25The punctures were duly sealed with care. 1 should have said that, for
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29far forward operating location. Additional supplies
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33alcohol, absolute alcohol, and ether, and then burned in a crucible ; the
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35three of the sixty the sign was present — i, e., in 88 per cent. In two
36(b) If a regiment be moved before the infection has become marked,
37the sphere of the emotions, as among the melancholies, and
38long series of favorable reports. Quite recently Dieckerhoff reported the
39graphic plates will also enhance its worth. Amongst the latter there